Social Studies Videos

What is your compass bearing

The position of Polaris, or the North Star, is an important marker for celestial navigation.

 

What is your compass bearing?

 

INTRODUCTION

 

In committing yourself to act, what informed and guided your decision? How did you reach your destination? Do other factors influence the direction of travel?

Using a compass and its application to navigation as metaphors, I’ll pilot you, and guide you like the position of Polaris, or the North Star is to celestial navigation.

For a successful personal agency to make positive things happen, we need a guiding beacon. What’s yours?

One of the greatest poets of the twentieth century, the granite-faced, chain-smoking, W. H. Auden in his powerful, selfish tribute and immortalised poem by the film industry, painfully gasped:

 

“He was my North, South, my East and West.”

 

Wow. Beat that as a metaphor of a compass rose. Who guides you?

 

MAIN PART

 

WHERE ARE YOU?  WHAT IS YOUR DIRECTION OF TRAVEL?  WHAT INFORMS YOU?

 

Let me tell you a true story and a nautical incident that I was involved in last month. The grounding and capsizing of the 42’ luxury yacht was due to a lack of diligence, poor seamanship, and as referenced by the title of this article, not using a compass or applying the basic principles of navigation despite having mountains of reference points, and explicit aides to prevent this incident.

On the 7 May, the Irish yacht, Dawn Glory, started a seven-day cruise around the Isle of Skye northwards through the Kyle Rhea tidal gate and fast flowing narrow tidal channel that separates mainland Scotland from the Island.

The cruise plan took a small fleet of the Howth Yacht Club to the Crowlin Islands, Rona, across the Minch to the Shiant Islands, along the east coast of the Outer Hebrides, and the back to Skye.

The crew and I were having a late supper after a long passage.

As darkness and the cold night enveloped the anchorage in the loch, sudden crunching noises and the boat rapidly tilting, capsizing from the vertical to a ninety-degree horizontal position, indicated that Dawn Gory had run aground and was falling onto a rocky outcrop.

The is the important issue and the key point, despite having detailed charts, the latest navigation devices, GPS chart plotters, and iPads with the best digital charts, this incident happened. It may have had very serious consequences.

Good seamanship, navigation, and the successful use of a compass in piloting a boat require expert insights with constant reference to guiding beacons, lights, and charts mapping out the course.

The causes of this yacht going aground incident were:

  • Not listening
  • Not responding to facts
  • A lack of understanding and
  • Poor seamanship

The skipper and first mate did not accurately know their position.

They did not use their compass to fix the boat’s position and did not respond, and ignored feedback.

My hypothesis in using this analogy to the personal agency in our, your lives, is that we need to be informed by a sound compass bearing to make well-informed decisions.

In reality, some constraints from the dynamics of family life, the communities expectations, and societies cultural expectations may inhibit this. Other obvious factors such as our finances, economic well-being, and personal health may impinge on our ability for personal agency.

However, by positively and successfully using our agency, it may be possible to overcome the negative influences. 

What I am suggesting is that having clarity of thought, the ability to have informed insights and deliver solutions will impact upon our, your direction of travel and prevent catastrophes such as hitting the rocks and going aground.

Despite being told by the alert crew, the skipper and mate did not listen or react to informed insights.

 

SUMMARY

 

LEARNING POINTS

In summary, I have used the metaphor of a compass, a compass bearing, and navigation regarding your direction of travel.

The true story of Dawn Glory going aground on a moonless night in a remote loch could have been catastrophic.

What do you use to guide, lead, and inform your life?

Are you well informed?

If you were in a four person life raft floating on the ocean and had to make a decision on which one of the five people had to be ejected for the others to have chance to be saved, who would you vote out? The skipper, the first mate, cook, the PR rep, or the mother?

What is your compass bearing?

 

Eddy Jackson
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Hydrologic Water Cycle Geography Videos

 

Geography Video Hydrologic Water Cycle from Eddy Jackson on Vimeo.

 

 

Oceans, lakes, and rivers cover over 70% of the earth’s surface.

Evaporation moves water from the surface into the air as vapour. Clouds may form.

 

 

Hydrological Cycle Introduction from Eddy Jackson on Vimeo.

 

Rain and snow carry water back to the surface.

The process is called the hydrological or water cycle. Use your words to define and describe this.

 

 

Brisbane River The Hydrological - Water Cycle Video from Eddy Jackson on Vimeo.

 

 

How and where people live is determined by their water supply.

Assess a globe and a world map to consider the implications.

 

 

Hydrologic Water Cycle River Wey Geography Video from Eddy Jackson on Vimeo.

 

 

Explain how lack of water for home, industry, and farming is an important issue.

Evaluate sustainability and the management of water supplies to communities may create tensions.

 

 

Geography Video Water Sustainability from Eddy Jackson on Vimeo.

 

 

Eddy Jackson
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Resilience Emotional Well-Being Videos

Dedicated to a 15th February birthday.

 


Asta's Bird Shadows

A series of learning resource videos to support school assemblies, social studies lesson plans, and awareness of resilience.

Based upon a fictional ninth century narrative based in the north of England, the plot can easily be referenced to events and news stories happening in the present.

As in James Joyce's Ulysses or quantum theory physics, viewers may pursue numerous paths in gaining insights through critical thinking. The content puts  demands on the audience.

These videos are part of an ongoing series. They comprise of teaser and trailer videos for Asta's journey and longer features outlining the story.

Full access to all the resilience, emotional well-being videos are available on Vimeo via VOD and OTT.

 

The Story

“Once upon a time, a long time ago, there was ………..”

 

MAP SETTING THE SCENE FOR ABOVE

Located in the Morecambe Bay and its physical geographical features. The scope includes the IOM, Walney Island, Peil Island, the Lune and Wyre, Bowland Fells and Ingleboro.

 

MAIN CHARACTER & HEROIN

Asta (Ash -ta) is a diminutive of Astrid. Astrid originates in Old Norse languages and means "divine beauty".

SAVIOUR OF ASTA & HER FAMILY

Gyda is a Danish variant of Gytha. Gytha originates on Old Norse and means "God is gorgeous".

HEROIC SCHOOL FRIEND WHO LEADS EVERYONE TO SAFETY

Leif. Descendant of Leif Erickson

KEY SUPPORTING CHARACTER WHO IS THE GREAT THINKER THAT BRINGS PEACE

Magnus. Great.

 

PLOT/ARC/DEVELOPMENT/EMOTIONAL HOOK

Nordic hamlet raided by Celts from the Cumbrian Mountains

Above escape

Tell their story(ies)

Include key ethical/moral/learning points:

    • Telling a personal voyage of discovery
    • Overcoming challenges
    • Having a powerful epiphany
    • Redemption and learning point(s).

 Asta's Bird Shadows

Shivering, shaking, blinking, I suddenly woke from deep sleep to a nightmare. Hearing terrifying cries, filling the nights’s darkness with violent echoing chaos, I put my head under a pillow.

Arrows took the last breath away from the night watch and silenced the guards.

The silent northern blue tattoed raiding Celts, skilfully scaling the hamlet’s wooded defences and breeching the battlement, were now howling for blood. Swinging, flashing silver blades, struck the heart of my community.

Now howling and screaming, the violators charged, kicking in doors, entering, and ending the lives of families stumbling from their last slumbering movements. Oozing blood flowing from the living signaled the ending their conscious existence. Final screams and gurgling from surpised gaping mouths signalled their ending. They had no chance.

The burning hamlet on Priory Hill sent flaming fingers upwards. Relecting clouds lit up an image of bedlam and hell.

Grabbing my hands, with the tattoed raiders storming up the stairs, Leif and Magnus, were lowering me out of the window, as the old world was ending. Capturing Gyda and dragging her away, the torched the wooden house and cremating the inturned bodies.

These are worst scene from the nightmares haunting my early life. May you never experience the misasma from hells infernos of the burning stench of human flesh panicking, baying animals escaping flaming barns.

Stumbling along a hidden forest path with night birds guiding and flanking our paths to safety, a parliament of tawney owls were scouting the escape route. Bats sonic screeching helped by spotting hazards and fallen trees. A chorus of hooting was guiding the fleeing refugees. Silent, sure footed roe deer guarding the flanks, helped by propping us up, stopping us falling.

 

Away to the North West, on Priory Hill, evil skies were reflecting angry red and yellow flames started by the evil night raiders.

At the ending of the escapade from the raiders, the trooping deer, who had been skilfully, and very, very quietly escorting my frail party, led us into a secret hunting lodge hidden high in the foothills of the fabled Table Top Mountains.

The refuge was guarded by dense thickets, fast flowing rivers and small lakes. Only the best and fittest survived here. Eagles and birds of pray, carrying out high level reconnaissance from the skies, were searching, scanning, and circling the hidden refuge for signs approach from the marauding kidnappers.

For two days, laying low, we spent sleeping, talking, planning, and discussing escaping from our catastrophic nightmare. Staying locked in the warmth security of our safe house would have been the easy option. The will and the desire to save Gyda and try to do something positive was the winning option.

Again with the roe deer silently guiding us through the thickets we found a small coracle tied to the moss covered bank of the fast flowing river bank. With salmon and otters escorting us, the leather craft was soon quickly bobbing down the winding river. Birds, wrens, robins and crows were keeping a sharp look out. Ferrying past rocky rapids, valley troughs, deep pools with swirling whirlpools, we escaped to the sandy estuary where the river entered the bay. Here the deer and bird friends handed over the watching brief to gannets, petrels and black backed gulls. Darting, dancing, glinting dolphins began towing the tiny craft over the blue seas to the magical castle on the island in the west where the sun sets.

As the moon was waxing, the dolphins were safely guiding us into a sheltered cove hidden from prying eyes and the evil raiders.

Scheming how to rescue Gyda in the magical island castle, Magnus, the wise, began slowly evolving his cunning plan with the horned, helmeted Norsemen. Leif used his heroic fathers links to build up new friendships with the clans, families and alliances that had evolved from his families proud heritage exploring distant lands across the ocean toward the setting sun.

 

Constantly, the petrels and swallows, were bringing news of sightings and developments on the movements of the the northern raiders. A drugged and tied up Gyda was being taken north into the Purple Mountains and the home of the Celt marauders.

Circling high over the hill route to the northern, purple mountains, buzzards following the raiders, were constantly informing on the raiders movement. Magnus, thinking, working hard, and mapping out the information, was developing a courageous plan to save Gyda. In the briefing for the raid to save Gyda, Magnus was delegating duties and tasks. Whales and dolphins for aiding the rescue party across the blues seas and into the sandy estuary. Flights of birds were the eyes and ears with deer and hares leading the heroic rescuers to the brigands camp.

Tawney owls coordinating the rescue, hooting as dawn was breaking, were secretly scouting the approach route to the brigands den. Asta, Magnus and Lief riding on the backs of the deer, knowing the otters were breaching the stockade, prepared their stun granades and laser swords. Creeping through the silent, sleeping enemy den with snoring Celts, quietly waking a trembling Gyda, Leif treading silently led the brave raiders to the safety of the surrounding forest.

The animal friends, escorting the rescuers, gave no clues away to the drunken Celts. At the estuary, a school of whales, towing the long boat, ploughing the gentle waves, sped the rescuers to safety.

Gyda, crying, laughing, speaking, was telling the party of her ordeal when the golden eagle landing on the balcony, told how the Celts, fighting a loosing battle with the forest animals, were being driven out of their mountain dens.

Celebrating the victory, Asta, proclaiming peace, made a declaration of independence for the animals and the people the magical land of the Winding River.

 

 

Eddy Jackson
Learning Bibliothèque | Online School
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VR 360 curriculum videos

 

Virtual reality 360 learning resources to support curriculum lesson plans and school assemblies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eddy Jackson
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The Dancer and Drummers Story

 
 
The Parbold Street Festival
 
 

Parbold Festival Dancer and Drummers Story from Eddy Jackson MBE on Vimeo.

 

 

Soundcloud Audio Files from the Parbold Street Festival

 

Artist - Andy Shaw

It’s been a very special year. We’ve been working so hard on developing community involvement and participation.  

The Parbold Street Festival is about trying to get people to be involved in all aspects of the program activities. This is a good feature. Our work and process gives people confidence.

All of a sudden people are running with new ideas and wanting to take a lead in the event. But not only that, they come with fresh new innovative suggestions that are far better than we could have as expected.

There is an overwhelming desire from residents to take a lead role in this project. With empowerment new people are given creative responsibilities. 

A festival of this nature is not solely aimed at spectators but perhaps more importantly to facilitate participation. We've got this huge interest and all of a sudden people, last year’s spectators are queueing to get involved.

 

Teacher - Dr Les Cutting

Community workshops in the village hall and the Women's Institute were used for designing and building the Dragons and all the parade props.

During the six-week summer holidays, children from nursery to sixth form age, created ideas and transformed these into three-dimensional artefacts.

The practical activities involved art, design and technology, fine motor skills and lots of experiential learning. By utilizing canes, paper and all different types of fabrics, in a safe and supervised environment, the creators, by using scissors, sellotape, paper, paint, glue, fabrics and twigs produced two parade dragons and tons of props for the two-day event.

 

Jo McCrae - Mother & Dancer

I carry the head of Sunny the Dragon and lead the processions down the High Street. There are two parades over the weekend.  My involvement started in the workshops in the village hall by supporting kids in the workshops. They were all thrilled and absolutely adored the dragons. The friendly dragon gives us a magical event that goes far beyond being only for children. Adults and the Parbold residents take great interest and are very proud and possessive about their fruit eating dragons. They take great pride in their event.

 

Al Hart - The Spirit of the Drums Workshops

The drumming workshops bring people together.  Good rhythm and drumming is a fantastic thing for getting people to successfully mix and integrate. This weekend complete strangers have come together and are now successfully participating in the parades. The process of participating in the festival has connected people and is a great example of social cohesion.

 

Soundcloud Audio File | Al Hart | The Spirit Of The Drums 

 

Parbold Street Festival Artists from Eddy Jackson MBE on Vimeo.

 

 

 

 

Soundcloud Audio Files from the Parbold Street Festival

  

 

 

Eddy Jackson
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Zen Buddhism – Gary Knapton – Manchester

  

 

Zen and Buddhism Gary Knapton Manchester from Eddy Jackson MBE on Vimeo.

 

 

Gary Knapton's, ex- Heckmondwike Grammar School and Oxford Brookes, career reflects the digital economy. This is about modern businesses trends and pressures.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/reachgary

Listen carefully to his lifestyle narrative. It is pragmatic, intellectual and reflective. It is your daily routine. Life as it is.

Compared to World's religious doctrines, the three tenets of Zen Buddhism are simple. The mantra is to work towards a better life.

It is much more than a romantic, utopian discourse. The tradition claims to be ‘outside words and letter.’  

Gary’s thoughtful language and blog captures daily social interactions:

https://garyknapton.wordpress.com/2016/07/13/on-zen/

Here is an interplay between natural emotions and linkage with deep thinking about religious insights expressed in clear English.

Listen to this short, four-minute Zen Buddhism video. Does the message sound familiar? Why? Is this your life?

 

Eddy Jackson
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Friends in the Forest of Dean and Redemption

 Lydney Cricket Club legend, Christine Kear, is the wife and mother of her talented foursome team players: husband and three sons. She knows the meaning of being a ‘cricket widow’ and looks well for it. 

I first met her husband, Andy Kear, at Shenstone New College forty years ago. We were the best of friends but where has the time gone? I have lived many lives and traveled the world but to what effect? 

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I think I may have neglected some important things while working hard trying to be successful.

Do you work long hours? Live for employment? Watch out. It will catch up with you. 

Do not be like me in neglecting the quality of life by slaving long hours. What is the impact and outcomes on family and friends?

 Personal health and well-being are important.

Stress, pressure and working seven days a week harms. The mantra over these lost years was trying to make the world a better place. A tough budget and solving intractable complex issues was the rationale.

There are alternatives. In June walking along a jetty in the yacht marina at Lorient, I saw a desirable tee shirt with the motif, ‘Sail More. Work Less.’ 

It’s too late now. I think Carol King sang about that in the 1960’s. 

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Now here is the rub. Catching up with Andy and Christine Kear last week in the Forest of Dean was my salvation. A dazzling epiphany led to a personal redemption. New realisations came from this reunion. Now it is going to be more sailing and less work.

Friendship like team spirit, ethos and excellent morale in winning organisations involves:

Empathy,

Shared, common values,

Respect

Truth

Honesty and

Good communication.

Neglect these at your peril. Friends are important. Have you got anything to add?Owld-Butty

Eddy Jackson
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Sailing In Southern Brittany

Impressionist painters loved the light of Southern Brittany. Crossing the Bay of Biscay on mid-summer's night at sunset, the boat sailed through intense and mesmerising golden light. During early morning and at dusk, on hot clear days, this creates a sense of awe and wonder. As in biblical and spiritual stories, this phenomena moves the soul. Angels, gods and goddesses live in this world.

 

 
When the gods hid, weather fronts zipped in off the ocean. Seeking shelter from the force six winds gusting to forty knots, we piloted to the security of Vannes.

It was a brilliant experience. Observing the French living life on windy summer's day helped gain insights into their culture. Despite the wild weather, the Gulf du Morbihan was alive with sporting activities. It is safe and sheltered inland sea.

During a stormy Sunday, stand-up paddle boarders competed in the Bretagne championships. In true egalitarian style, every part of the community was involved: children, pensioners, athletes and people from the whole spectrum of society racing to complete the white-capped course.

In the same area, the city’s rowing club had twenty boats out on a fun sortie powered by some very unhealthy and out of condition rowers. They were blown into the city by the fresh westerly wind.

The rowing and stand-up paddle boarding malarkey looked like hard work; much effort and not getting anywhere fast. Not my scene.

Smarter people were skidding across the white-capped waves doing about twenty plus knots in catamarans. It was good to see women helming with men crewing these greyhound like vessels.

Windsurfing and sailing are spiritual activities that lead into another world, another way of thinking, experiencing and feeling about life. It comes from the beauty of nature and its physical forces: the sun, wind, currents, waves, ocean currents, light, clouds, stars and the moon.

Back in the real man-made world, there is part of the yachting world that is about crowding boats into marinas and rafting up when all the pontoons are full. It is not my way of doing things. At times, it is like being on the bumper cars at a fun fair. Seamanship and careful docking do not appear to be a strong feature on the sailing pedagogy. Boat crash and bash into each other as the perplexed helm woefully lack seamanship skills. It is a male thing. When you see women steering the boat into a pontoon berth, they seemed never to make a hash of it.


Just a few miles north, we moored next to a fifty foot Beneteau that had lost its mast and had major structural damage after a local fishing boat on auto pilot crashed onto its mooring. Left on the high tide early afternoon the next day to escape the bedlam.

After the rigours of pilotage in the fast Spring tide currents in the narrow Gulf channels, the boat was set up to break out into the Bay of Biscay. The weather fronts passed and winds eased. The plan was to sail north to Benodet and to watch the Euros Football Championship, the England - Wales game, then anchor in the Archipel des Glénan for a weekend anchorage.


South of the Quiberon peninsula an Atlantic swell and the wind against tide chop had the nine-meter yacht rolling. After four hours, the Soliel Noir and its poorly crew happily arrived at the heavenly Port Tudy, Ile du Croix.

Here was a place worth visiting with blue skies, hot sands, fair winds and a bar showing footy. Life is worth living at 27C.

Due east, the city of Lorient provides an excellent staging post to change crew, replenish and a secure berth. Check out the Second World War Submarine Base. The Eric Tabarly Museum gives a superb insight into French yachting as a premier water sports nation.  Buy a joint ticket and also go inside a diesel submarine. Imagine being part of the crew on these boats or the factors and processes that led to the construction of the submarine pens twelve-foot-thick roof. RAF Lancaster Bombers bounced their bombs of these with no damage. Today, the base is the centre of French ocean racing.


At La Trinite, monster trimarans, the size of New York street blocks and as high skyscrapers, train their crews and maintain a fleet of the world's fastest boats. Pete Goss, the ex-Royal Marine and Ellen MacArthur, would be envious of these facilities. Ben Ainslie, the British Olympic dinghy sailor and master helmsman in the San Francisco America's Cup win for the USA, new America’s Cup HQ looks insignificant against the Brittany team bases for the Vendee Globe races.


In hot thundery conditions with variable winds, distant thunder and lightning with huge black clouds approached from the west. Heavy torrential rain pounded the boat and glassy seas. Very quickly in the middle of the Bay of Biscay, a ferocious electrical storm with sheet and fork lightning surrounded the  yacht for three hours. Blind navigation was the order of the day with visibility at ten to twenty meters. The skipper carried out watch duties during the severe weather while the first mate sheltered.

Sailing is like chess. Many factors come into play. Success comes from making the best use of changing winds and making good use of currents and tides for a conveyor belt boost to help reach the destination. Careful planning, prudence, respect for the elements, a bit of luck and help from the gods are essential ingredients.

Sailing in Southern Brittany in mid-summer involves warm seas, fair winds and sublime cuisineYacht charter via http://en.nautiloc.fr/ 

iPhone photography used in this article.

Check out latest sailing video: https://vimeo.com/eddyjackson/horizon-sailing

Eddy Jackson
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Catherine Dobson Horizon Sailing Conwy Marina

 I will always remember leaving Conwy Marina under hot, azure skies and reassuring zephyrs. The shimmering light conditions matched the best of Hollywood. 

Filming and producing a sailing video was going to be fun.

Catherine Dobson's calm, reassuring teaching style as a RYA Cruising Instructor helped. 

Here is the outcome:

 

Catherine Dobson Horizon Sailing Conwy Marina from Eddy Jackson MBE on Vimeo.

 

Conwy is a stunning base for about two thousand yachts. The marina facilitates an expert boating infrastructure for North Wales and the Menai Strait. The area is one of the finest and most interesting cruising areas in the Britain.

The eager competent crew, Louise, was keen to make progress and develop essential competencies. Testa Rossa, a 38' Starlight yacht makes an ideal vessel for sail training. It is MCA approved and well equipped. 

On completion of the safety induction, Catherine structured sailing activities to improve Louise's expertise and understanding.

It was impressive to observing Catherine involving everyone in all these processes. A feature was the quality of the learning dialogue. The Horizon Sailing School sets high standards in its pedagogy and syllabus.

Match this with a real sense of adventure whilst voyaging past panoramic mountains. The adrenalin kicks in whilst trying to keep to the Swellies transit on a turning tide.

At the end of an action packed day, a more soporific pace and a sense of awe happens as you approach Carnarvon castle.  The Victoria Dock has a welcoming marina. The friendly staff provide a great welcome and delivers superb support to visitors.

If you have time, sail over Carnarvon bar and explore the Llyn Peninsula and Angelsey.

After three nights and two days Catherine had instructed on:

  • Berthing routines
  • Pilotage
  • Using transit marks
  • Helming
  • Sailing skills
  • Boat handing 
  • Passage planning and
  • Seamanship
  • Knowledge of boat
  • Sail handling
  • Reefing
  • Rope work
  • Fire precautions
  • Personal safety
  • MOB
  • Emergency equipment
  • Picking up moorings
  • Ferry glides
  • Metrology
  • Helming
  • General duties on board

Horizon Sailing caters for friends, couple, families, business or women only groups.

Contact details:

Catherine Dobson
mailto:sail@horizonsailing.co.uk
07850 198455
www.horizonsailing.co.uk

Video Editor  Fraser McMillan https://www.linkedin.com/in/fwmcmillan

 

Eddy Jackson
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Parbold-Festival

Parbold Street Festival of Music & Art 2016 from Eddy Jackson MBE on Vimeo.

 

Vimeo Street Festivals Channel - Parbold 2016

Parbold Street Art & Music Festival - Organisers' Introduction - YouTube

Sunny - The Parbold Festival - Dragon Parade - YouTube

Parbold Street Festival - YouTube

Andy And Sharon Shaw - Parbold Festival Artists - YouTube

Sarah Schofield Parbold Festival Author - YouTube

Carrie Byrom Event Rider - Parbold Street Festival - YouTube

 

Dragon Procession at Parbold Street Festival of Arts & Music from Eddy Jackson on Vimeo

Eddy Jackson
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