Sir Walter Ralegh

A Portrait of Sir Walter Ralegh with his eight year old son.

Sir Walter Ralegh was born in Devon England in 1554. He was the most famous explorer of Elizabeth 1’s reign, and famous for bring back potato and the addictive tobacco. In 1618 in King James 1st reign Walter Ralegh was charged with treason and executed outside the Palace of Westminster.

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Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Commonly known as Staffy, a medium size, short coated breed of dog of English lineage. Staffies are known for their bold courageous natures, totally reliable and intelligent. Their reputation for being aggressive by nature is totally unfounded and they should not be thought of as being a dangerous breed. Bad press given over the years is not merited or well founded, because Staffordshire Bull Terriers when trained, love and cared for make wonderful, well behaved and affectionate family pet.

Outside Horse Guards

A Photo of a Life Guard outside Horse Guard. The Household Cavalry is made up of two mounted Regiment The Life Guards and The Blues And Royals Division. The regiment date back to the 1660, carrying out ceremonial duties for State and Royal occasion. The Household Cavalry is also a Armour Division of tanks and Armour vehicles, there Colonel-in-Chief is HM The Queen.DSC_0027_305DSC_0027-Small02