You're never too old! - A Senior Citizen, my Mum has learned html and now has a very interesting
page on the 'net which is well worth a look.
My sister - If you're interested in the many aspects of alternative living, then this is the site for you.
Sharpen's Main Homepage.
Pete is my best friend - check out his very interesting page.
Pete's W T Stead
Pete is a descendant of the great WT Stead who went down with the Titanic.
For all your publishing you can't go past Pete for the very best results at an inexpensive price.
Matthew Jones' Home
The best 'Amersham' site on the 'net - With history, hundreds of photos, message boards, latest info, etc.
A MUST for anybody interested in the Amersham area.
Another MUST for anybody who is interested in the Amersham
area, its people, and its history is the
Amersham Historical Museum. Their website is
a wonderful and interesting site to visit, full of the Amersham
area history, with a section on the Beech Barn Camps (including
Hodgemoor, Piper’s Wood and the other temporary housing
camps) where I once lived and have written about in my life story
- maybe you have a 'camp' story or photographs that you'd like to
add or donate.
The Bucks County Council
With heaps of info and a mass of old photos.
Genealogical Society home page.
Kevin Quick has a good selection of Amersham photos at this site.
With more genealogical info on Buckinghamshire.
The Buckinghamshire Family History
Society home page
Another Bucks genealogical site and well worth a visit.
Just as the title indicates - Even more info on Buckinghamshire.
Out and About -
You've guessed it - Yet another load of info on Buckinghamshire.
The Chesham Directory.
A 'Chesham'-related information site with a notice board.
The Chilterns Network.
With small Chesham, Amersham, and Chalfont pages.
My favourite website for Reading where you can find out anything about the town you'd like to know, or there are a group of very nice & happy people who will help if you cannot find what you are looking for.
The Crowsnest Guide
to Berkshire & The Thames Valley.
A wealth of info here concerning Berkshire.
Uni of Reading - Town of
More Berkshire info mainly centered around Reading.
UK Knowhere Guide
Click on relevant town names for info & message boards - Chesham, Chalfont, Reading, etc.
Association of Western Australia
The club to contact for W. A. climbing & info. The 'Oldies' (see link above) are all members of this club.
Great to see the ol' club still going strong - And still with very friendly & helpful members.
A site crammed with many pics of the Snowdonia mountains.
Still more on UK climbing, including Australian sites.
Ann Bowker's 'Mad About
More excellent articles relating to hill walking and mountains.
West Australian Speleological Group.
Some excellent photos of West Australian caves.
Another Western Australia caving page (Lake Cave included).
Sherry Mayo's wonderful pages on Australian and International caves and caving.
Submit here for the latest news and discussions about Australian caving.
UK Truck Drivers.
A good site for UK truck drivers - with some world links.
UK driving in general - with a lorry-driving related page.
The AEC (UK) Society.
Everything about AEC Busses & Trucks.
An interesting site on truck accidents in Scotland - with many pics.
Some good AEC pictures.
A good-fun tongue-in-cheek look at UK truck driving.
Check this one out for Aussie trucker-related pages.
Steve Tew's Home Page.
Check out Steve's impressive credentials - You may be able to use his services!