Battle over Southampton

The only Battle of Britain or World War II Fighter Pilot VC was won by Flight https://www.acheterviagrafr24.com/generique-viagra-cialis/ Lieutenant (later Wing Commander) Eric Nicolson over Southampton Water on 16TH August 1940. One can do no better than repeat the Citation: “Air Ministry, 15 November 1940. The KING has been graciously pleased to confer the Victoria Cross […]

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Music and Entertainment

As a major port from the Roman invasion onward and subsequently being labelled “the Gateway to the World”, cosmopolitan Southampton has undoubtedly had its fair share of music, dancing, theatre and entertainments over the years. There is no hard evidence that Shakespeare came to Southampton but an actors’ company (Lord Strange’s Players) of which he […]

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Eating and drinking in Southampton

Around Bugle Street and Simnel Street you can find the Undercroft vault, Tudor House and Westgate Hall. “Bugle” and “Simnel” denote food. “Bugle” from the Latin buculus, meaning “ox”, and Simnel, from Simnel flour used to make Simnel cake, which is eaten at Easter time. These street names indicate where the butchers and bakers lived […]

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