This summer The City Adventurers had a day trip to Newmarket. Located in the east of England, this town is known as the “home of horseracing.”… More Discovering Newmarket
I’m finally ready to launch the social group “City Adventurers” and will be blogging about our adventures on the alternative website https://cityadventurers.wordpress.com/ as well as here. Please visit us and subscribe to my blogs.
Games promote friendship Set up by the United Nations in 2011, the International Day of Friendship is the day when worldwide friendships are promoted Celebrated annually on July 30 around the world UN encourage the concept of friendships across diverse backgrounds and cultures. The aim is to promote the role that friendship plays in promoting peace in many cultures as friendship… More International Day of Friendship July 30 2015
Wimbledon takes place from 29 June to 12 July 2015 Quote from History of Wimbledon and the LTA “The relationship between Wimbledon and the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) dates back to the formation of the governing body in 1888, at which point the All England Club passed over the guardianship of the national game. Funds… More The Wimbledon Championships 2015
London full of runners April 26th 2015 sees London full of runners as the Virgin Money London Marathon takes to the streets. The London Marathon began back in 1981 with 6255 runners. Since then the event has grown in size, stature and popularity and is shown on television around the world. Fun runners use the race to… More The London Marathon
The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race The annual Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race is also known as the BNY Mellon Boat Race. It is contested by two male rowing crews from Oxford and Cambridge universities. It covers a four-and-a-quarter mile course, known as the Championship Course, along the River Thames. The route stretches from Putney to Mortlake, starting downstream of Putney… More Sporting history will be made on Saturday April 11th 2015
The Guardian reported on Tuesday 7 August 2012 that Seven Cameroon athletes had ‘gone missing’ during the London 2012 Olympic Games. Drusille Ngako, a reserve goalkeeper for the women’s football team, was the first to disappear. Then swimmer Paul Ekane Edingue went missing. On Sunday the five boxers – Thomas Essomba, Christian Donfack Adjoufack, Abdon Mewoli,… More The mystery of the missing athletes.