Imagineering Technologies purveyors of fine Web designs.
Due a word of thanks for inspiring me to get on the Web in the first place.
freddie street cats
The Freddie Street Cats pages - for all discerning felines (and - if they're good - their humans).
|Gered Mankowitz - one of my favourite photographers.
A History of the Telegraph - Communication in Every Nation!
Because Tania asked nicely, and because her students will get extra credit.
Bill Hayes - another old friend, with, perhaps, the oldest temporary site on the Web.
|Squonk's Home Page
Chris "Squonk" Tweed is a fellow enthusiast for old stuff. In his case very old stuff.
details a number of villages which have 'disappeared' since the Middle Ages.
|24Hour Museum - Gateway to over 2400 UK Museums, galleries & heritage sites.|
|The Ley-Hunter - an on-line magazine of megalithic proportions.||Earth Mysteries|
|The Stone Pages||The Chronicles of the early Britons|
|Far Isles Medieval Society||Regia Anglorum Site specialising in Early Medieval Anglo-Saxon and Viking society.|
|Association for Heritage Interpretation|
|British History Online - some splendid old maps, gazetteers and other records|
|Call to Arms - the International Historical Re-enactment Directory for Reenactment and Living History everywhere||Queen Boudica - (note spelling) A screenplay by Marlene Sosebee, about the super-heroine of the 1st century.|
|Celtic Twilight John Rudmin argues persuasively that Cerdic was Arthur.||Andrew Godsell has expanded on John Rudman's theory about Cerdic/Arthur.|
|British and Irish Villages Webring|
|English Heritage Archaeology division||The National Trust|
|Vortigern Studies||Call to Arms|
|Irish and British Villages Webring||Historical Text Archive - The International Directory of Historical Re-enactment and Living History|
|Maporama.com - LONDON|
|MAGIC Interactive land-sue maps of the UK||ESRI High grade mapping software|
|Getmapping.com - otherwise known as Millennium Maps. Produce high definition aerial photographs of (most of) the UK.||UK Streetmap - Streetmaps, aerial photos, postcodes and co-ordinates for the UK|
|MapPlanet - an interesting new melding of location and the Web||Multimap - more maps of the UK|
|manifold.net - Mapping and GIS||British History Online - Superb site, with old Ordnance Survey maps of the UK|
|Gvisit - See where people are listening to my songs (a Google mashup)||Rural Roads - a tribute to some of Britain's great rural roads|
Stanfords, in Long Acre, Covent Garden, is one of the best travel shops in the world and one of my favourite places. It is an essential precursor to any journey - to buy maps, travel guides, phrase books. Indeed, a visit to Stanfords may be an alternative to the journey itself.
They're on the Web now. They may not be the cheapest resource, but they're almost certainly the most comprehensive.
|Northamptonshire County Council|
|Oxlink A useful site for information about Oxfordshire.||Expletive Delighted The Official Fairport Convention site|
|Oxfordshire C.C. Home Page|
|Biography of William Smith - "Father of Geology" of Churchill||Broughton Castle - home of Lord and Lady Saye & Sele and the Fiennes family|
|Banbury-Cross website||A Railway Walk Mark Annand's site - featuring the Great Central Railway from Brackley to Daventry|
|The Way It Was - Oxfordshire photos||wychwoodwalks Nick Owen's web log of walks in wychwood, illustrated with poetry and pictures.|
|Wessex Home Page
Wiltshire Moonrakers Wiltshire family history
|Swindon Business Net|
|Thames Path Online Guide||Swindon.org.uk
|SwindonGuide||Haunted Wiltshire - containing (and seeking) paranormal stories in and of Wiltshire.|
|This is Wiltshire|
|Swindon Town Football Club|
|Wansdyke Home Page by Robert Vermaat
It's fairly typical that this magnificent monument is treasured most - by a Dutchman.
|Welcome to Somerset Somerset County Information||Mendips District Council - with links to Glastonbury, Shepton, Frome and others.|
|West Country Tourist Board Covering Wiltshire, Somerset and points West.||Glastonbury Festival History|
|The Powys Society (John Cowper Powys, author of "A Glastonbury Romance"|
|Trowbridge Town Council||The Somerset Levels - photography by Pete Harlow|
|The Ancient Isle of Avalon|
|Wookey Hole Caves and Papermill - and home of the famous Witch||William Marshal|
|Your Roads - Website focussing on 'Cars, Speed Cameras, Road Safety, Enviroment'.||Electronic Yellow Pages (UK)|
|Open Government UK - Gateway to a huge number of government sites.||British Library "Putting history in place" Collections, virtual exhibitions and themed tours from one of the great libraries of the world.|
|The Meteorological Office (UK)||BBC Weather Centre|
|Hansard Parliamentary debates||Public Record Office|
|The British Monarchy Official site.||Media UK Directory|
|The Tree Register - A unique record of Notable and Ancient Trees in Britain and Ireland.|
|The National Trust Official On-line Website||BBC News on-Line - one of the jewels of the web|
|PA Press||Electronic Telegraph|
|Countryside Recreation Network||Countryside Commission|
|The GIF Foundry - all you ever need to know about Web graphics||GIF Wizard - shrink your web graphics|
|Browserwatch - check on what browsers are being used||Sizzling Jalfrezi - HTML Tutorials & Scripting samples|
|Ragget's 10 minute guide to HTML|
|The World-Wide Web Consortium - the keepers of the standards||The Web Developer's Virtual Library|
|World Intellectual Property Organization - keep yourself legal; keep others legal||The Intranet Journal|
|The HTML Writers Guild||The Webmaster's Reference Library|
|Lighthouse - web design tutorial|
|Jakob Nielson's Alertbox - Jakob Nielson is the guru of useability|
|The Wannabe Webster - Info for beginners about putting together a small business website & it's webpages - credit cards, affiliate programs, webpage design, html, search engines submissions & rankings.||Tomalak's Realm - Daily links to strategic Web Design news|
|Bandit Newsletter - Tips newsletter||Hammersound - Music software, especially relating to soundfonts|
|ISA -International Songwriters Association||MCPS - Mechanical Copyright Protection Society (roughly, the British equivalent of ASCAP)|
|Stringbusters - because not everything is electronic|