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DATING IN THE RURAL AREAS
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The mini-Beast from the East brought heavy snowfall and widespread travel disruption to parts of Leicestershire and Rutland today. Up to four inches had fallen overnight and through the early morning as temperatures dipped below freezing - and stayed there. Due to the chilly conditions - made worse by a bitter northeasterly wind - temperatures struggled to rise above zero throughout the day. The areas worst affected by snowfall were in the south and far east of the county, and Rutland , which caught the tail end of the latest weather system to hit the UK from Siberia.
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By Jack Elsom For Mailonline. A teacher who faces being struck off for writing an anonymous gossip blog scorning pupils and staff has declared himself a victim of 'cancel culture by the liberal elite'. He penned 24 blog posts between January and March until a colleague stumbled across the online diary and alerted headmaster Dr Paul Evans. Dr Evans realised that one of the articles, titled Liars, Backstabbers and Empire Builders, referred directly to a meeting he had had with Mr Price, who was swiftly suspended pending investigation. Mr Price admits writing the blogs but denies they amount to unacceptable professional conduct.
Wheal Roots subterranean tin mine workings are found at The Poldark Mine of today. Generally regarded as one of the most historic locations in the annals of Cornish Mining History, it has been open to the public for 46 years. The industrial heritage museum, known as The Cornish Heritage Collection was founded in and opened to the public on June 1st The long forgotten Wheal Roots tin mine was rediscovered a few years later. It was last worked around , the Tin stamps continued until about and were eventually sold at auction on Thursday 18th January