We happened to be at @thehiveworcs so popped in to see Rhonda with the County's Archive and Archaeology Service.
Our factory 'family tree' has been digitised by the digisation team and is currently being conserved. In the past, this beautiful paper document was stuck to a board, so Rhonda is doing her best to save it for us. #explorethepast#worcesterporcelain#Worcestershire#archives#archive
Have you booked your place for the phase two launch weekend at Hayfield Meadow yet? We've already seen four early reservations here in #Hallow, with people loving the new house types we have on offer. Come along on the 26-27 Jan and jump the queue for one of these special #newhomes. https://bit.ly/2Hh0hsh
Let’s take a look at shin splints.
Shin splints are common in people who do a lot of springing on the balls of their feet, such as runners, tennis players and fell-walkers. They aren't usually serious, but can stop you from exercising and may get worse if you ignore them; it's important not to run through the pain. They can usually be treated at home by following the POLICE protocol, and should start to get better within a week or two.
Shin Splints typically present with dull, diffuse pain in the inside front of the shin, which comes on during activity; which may be tender to touch. There may also be some muscle tightness, or loss of flexibility at the ankle. Although mild swelling sometimes occurs, notable swelling of the lower leg, numbness, weakness and discolouration are not associated with shin splints and should prompt evaluation for other disorders, such as compartment syndrome.
Shin splints tend to come on with people who have recently increased their training, whilst those who over-pronate the ankle, have flat feet, or a leg length inequality are also susceptible. Running on hard, or uneven surfaces can also aggravate this condition, as can wearing older shoes which have lost their cushioning.
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Off to see Oscar later 🐶 then to meet some new doggies and people 😍 it’s been a busy week here with bookings coming in but I love it so much 😍 if your planning your holiday please get in touch so I can get you in my diary any animal cared for 🐶🐱🐓🐀🦜🐠🐍🐾🐭🐹🐰😁