Cheltenham Town’s guide to preseason training

For the Cheltenham Town players, pre-season training meant grueling runs to Cleeve Hill. Managers like John Murphy and Steve Cotterill would kick off their preparations for the new campaign with tilt work and it was always likely it would take some time before balloons were seen. Current director Murphy can …

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Ring-shaped geoglyphs discovered near ancient city in Peru

Dozens of circular geoglyphs, some featuring multiple intertwined rings, have been identified and mapped near the ancient Peruvian town of Quilcapampa, revealing that these earthen patterns were created near ancient routes used for trade. Geoglyphs are drawings, which often form shapes or images, on the landscape. They are found all …

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Leamington Old Town Team launches Old Town Guide

The Leamington Old Town Team, a group representing businesses and retailers in the older part of Leamington, will be launching a new Old Town guidebook for visitors next month. From October, the new guide will be distributed in order to highlight the many independent businesses in the most historic district …

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Preserving Amaravati as an ancient city

The organic and historical links between the ancient city and the surrounding villages must be developed. India is on the cusp of a paradigm shift in how its much neglected heritage should be preserved. The funding shortage was almost ended with the launch of two new programs by the central …

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Out of town guide: Bathurst

Just above Sydney’s Blue Mountains, Bathurst is a three hour drive from the CBD. Well known for its university and Mt Panorama racecourse, the oldest settlement in the interior of New South Wales also has a thriving food and wine scene begging to be explored. Here’s a guide to finding …

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Ancient Town Provides New Clues to Early Life in Wyoming

For years Bryon Schroeder has heard rumors of an ancient abandoned village in central Wyoming, where archaeologists found tens of thousands of artifacts, then moved on before fully excavating the site. The site, first discovered in 1969 in Shirley Basin, has become almost legendary. When Schroeder started asking where exactly …

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