Windsor, Ontario

Snoro,
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They say climate change has them feeling powerless — and it's frustrating

Global warming and littering are top of mind for these 3 students

"Our climate is as important as the money that you're receiving. I think that's something that a lot of people don't exactly tune in to, especially when you're in such a high position of power."

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/teens-climate-change-powerless-1.7181130

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4 Apr 1635: Christopher Wren (the father of Christopher Wren ) becomes Dean of (BM)

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Some people had really nice lives, way back when.

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I wish #Charles #Windsor all the best in his battle with cancer...
However, as an #Australian #citizen, I do not recognise him as my king nor that I am his 'subject'.
Equally, I do not accept his assertion of a #divine #birthright to rule.
I very much resent that our taxes will be used to provide him with a luxurious farewell tour of my country and would much prefer that he stay home and tend to his health at his own expense.

All #monarchies are scams as are all #religions. Their time is past!

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The Copper Horse. The Long Walk, Windsor Great Park

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In Windsor Shopping Centre/Railway station we saw this glorious 'Steampunk' sculpture of a bull. He is magnificent!
There was no plaque nearby giving any information about the very talented artist who made him, why he is tucked away in a fairly inconspicuous position, or why he appears to have been dehorned at some point. Google has not been forthcoming with any information.
Does anyone know anything about him?
If he is unwanted, we would love to have him in our garden & would give him pride of place!

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hackforge,

As part of our anticipation for WIFF, we spent some time with the data about their upcoming screenings.

The highlights are shown here, but you can also visit our website to get some more in-depth insight!

https://hackf.org/2023/10/17/wiff-screening-data/

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This photo captures a courtyard on the grounds of Windsor Castle. I took it during my visit to England in 2019.

Location: Windsor Castle (Windsor, England)
More photos around England: https://pixelfed.social/c/596429501190810259

gemelliz,

Shameless audacity...

Come one, Come all
'Ford Fest BBQ in , is just one day away!!!

When: Friday, August 11th, 5:00-9:00pm
Where: Windsor Ciociaro Club'

The entire event is free including burgers, hotdogs and carnival rides! Donations accepted.


https://ontariopc.ca/events/ford-fest-windsor/

adammiller,

@gemelliz Gee, would be a shame if a mass protest broke out.

Lynnd,
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Windsor Castle Just Outside of London England

Windsor Castle is not right in London, but it is worth the little side excursion to get there. Only a short drive away from the busyness of London, it is the burial site of the late beloved Queen Elizabeth II, and in close proximity to Oxford.

https://wayne-moran.pixels.com/featured/windsor-castle-gardens-london-england-wayne-moran.html

https://waynemoranphotography.com/blog/the-13-things-you-must-do-in-london-england/

Windsor Castle Just Outside of London England It is true Windsor Castle is not right in London, but it is worth the little side excursion to get there. Only a short drive away from the busyness of London, it is the burial site of the late beloved Queen Elizabeth II, and in close proximity to Oxford. The grounds are spectacular, the stories and history are required if you are attempting to understand England, and now the most beloved Queen of the Twentieth Century, Queen Elizabeth is buried there. Just that alone makes it worth experiencing, but imagine taking in a spectacular changing of the guards as well. https://wayne-moran.pixels.com/featured/windsor-castle-gardens-london-england-wayne-moran.html https://waynemoranphotography.com/blog/the-13-things-you-must-do-in-london-england/
Windsor Castle Just Outside of London England It is true Windsor Castle is not right in London, but it is worth the little side excursion to get there. Only a short drive away from the busyness of London, it is the burial site of the late beloved Queen Elizabeth II, and in close proximity to Oxford. The grounds are spectacular, the stories and history are required if you are attempting to understand England, and now the most beloved Queen of the Twentieth Century, Queen Elizabeth is buried there. Just that alone makes it worth experiencing, but imagine taking in a spectacular changing of the guards as well. https://wayne-moran.pixels.com/featured/windsor-castle-gardens-london-england-wayne-moran.html https://waynemoranphotography.com/blog/the-13-things-you-must-do-in-london-england/
Windsor Castle Just Outside of London England It is true Windsor Castle is not right in London, but it is worth the little side excursion to get there. Only a short drive away from the busyness of London, it is the burial site of the late beloved Queen Elizabeth II, and in close proximity to Oxford. The grounds are spectacular, the stories and history are required if you are attempting to understand England, and now the most beloved Queen of the Twentieth Century, Queen Elizabeth is buried there. Just that alone makes it worth experiencing, but imagine taking in a spectacular changing of the guards as well. https://wayne-moran.pixels.com/featured/windsor-castle-gardens-london-england-wayne-moran.html https://waynemoranphotography.com/blog/the-13-things-you-must-do-in-london-england/

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26 Jan 1572: Thomas Howard 4th Duke of degraded from the Order of the Garter, for his role in the Ridolfi plot, his arms were then cast into the ditch at Castle

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23 Apr 1377: Edward III was at to perform the knighting of many young royals & nobles - including his two grandsons, future kings, Richard (II) and Henry (IV) Bolingbroke . Edward III d. on 21 June 1377.

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7 Feb 1554: Ash Wednesday, Hugh Weston Dean of celebrates Mass for Mary I at Whitehall wearing armour beneath his vestments as Wyatt's rebels enter
Weston was given Windsor by Mary when reverted to being a Abbey (BaldBoy/eebo)

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I took this in Windsor in January 2019. I was on a bus tour and the first stop was to Windsor Castle. Windsor Royal Station sits very close to the castle. The former grade-II station was converted to house a variety of shops & cafes.

Location: Windsor Royal Station (Windsor, United Kingdom)
More photos around England: https://pixelfed.social/c/596429501190810259

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6 Dec 1421: b. Henry (VI) at - he was King of & Lord of within 9 months of his birth

(All Souls Oxford)

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8 Feb 1649: Thomas Wriothesley, 4th earl of #Southampton attends Charles I's funeral #otd at #Windsor. Afterwards he retired to his estate in #Hampshire (NPG)

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13 Nov 1537: the lead encased body of Jane Seymour is buried at

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13 Nov 1312: b. Edward (III) future King of England and Lord of Ireland at

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5 Jan 1577: The combined boy choristers of & the Chapel Royal present a play 'The History of Mucius Scaevola' at Court Elizabeth I is delighted & rewards handsomely (Jastrow)

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23 May 1588: Thomas Butler, 10th Earl of Ormond created Knight of the Garter at (NGI/RsNourse)

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8 Jan 1570: Thomas Drant preaches at Court in 'inveighing against the vanity of secular attire'. You have to wonder how that played out on the day (eebo)

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20 Apr 1483: Edward IV's body is buried in St. George's Chapel

(NPG/BaldBoris)

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