This Day in History

Random Fact of the Day 3rd July 1886: Karl Benz drove the first automobile in Germany.   Karl Friedrich Benz was a German engine designer and automobile engineer.   He attended the University of Karlsruhe and started to envision concepts for a vehicle that would eventually become the horseless carriage while riding his bicycle.  

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This Day in History

1809: Dartmoor Prison opened in Princetown, Devon, high on the moors to house French prisoners of war captured during the Napoleonic Wars with France.   1844: Samuel Morse, and American painter & inventor tapped out “What hath God wrought” in the world’s first single-wire telegraph message from Washington, D.C. to Baltimore.   He was also a

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Things to Consider When Moving House

Moving House? We can Help! If you will be taking advantage of the Bank Holiday Weekend to pack up your essential and treasured possessions then don’t forget to check out our Moving House section. It has all you need for packing up your home from value second hand moving kits to brand new moving kits specifically designed

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