Tag Archives: Lucy

I Am – Leona Lewis

Former X-Factor winner Leona Lewis’ new album due to be released in September is called ‘I Am’. One of the tracks from the album carries the same name and was released recently. It’s curious because in The Earth Emperor’s Eye, … Continue reading

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Black Widow – Scarlett Johansson

The American actresses, Scarlett Johansson, was at the Tring School for Performing Arts, Hertfordshire performing as the Black Widow in a ballet school scene for the marvel comic blockbuster Avengers: Age of Ultron, released this year. Whittenbury Watch followers will … Continue reading

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Lucy’s second best

Wonderful soprano, Lucy O’Byrne, has come second in the BBC talent show The Voice. This was her amazing blind audition. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2GrqnahTdA She was widely tipped to win the show, but lost out to Stevie McCrorie. The singer’s fate seems to … Continue reading

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Lucy Movie

A French science fiction action movie titled ‘Lucy’ has been released. Scarlett Johansson stars as Lucy. She gains powerful psychic abilities from a drug being absorbed into her bloodstream and uses mind movement to influence her physical environment. In the … Continue reading

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The Great Bed of Ware

The historic carved oak Great Bed of Ware has completed its move from the Victoria and Albert museum in South Kensington to take pride of place for a year at the tiny Ware museum. An official display at the musuem will be officially opened on 14 … Continue reading

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Lucy’s Bone

Scientists say a 3.2million year old fossil of a metatarsal bone found in Hadar, Ethiopia confirms our ancestors could consistently walk upright.   It represents a major advance in human evolution because the bone has all the hallmarks of the form and function … Continue reading

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Calling International Rescue

An English midwife from Hertfordshire on holiday in Australia celebrating her 25th wedding anniversary has responded to a call for international rescue. Shield with others from a cyclone, she delivered a baby at an evacuation centre in Cairns. The mother named … Continue reading

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Solar Tsunami

A rare solar storm has occurred. The event was witnessed by astronomers worldwide. A huge flare burst out above a sunspot the size of the Earth.  The explosion caused a coronal mass ejection aimed directly at us. Experts said the CME would … Continue reading

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Lucy the Sheep

Last December, Bethan Parkinson from Buckley bought her nine year old daughter, Lauren, a pet sheep and named her Lucy. Initially, Bethan kept her in stables with her pony but this proved troublesome so, whilst looking for land, she temporarily gave her to … Continue reading

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Lucy’s Leap of Faith

Lucy Hayes, an 8 year old from Cambridgeshire, has become the youngest female from Britain to skydive after jumping 9,000 ft over Lake Bled in Slovenia. In a leap of faith, Lucy and her brother Tom, aged just 7, skydived with their … Continue reading

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