Hampton Court Palace In 1688, the British Parliament ousted King James II of Great Britain (King James VII of Scotland) on the grounds that this
Brixham Heritage Museum After visiting Brixham Heritage Museum, we then travelled by car (about a 10 minute drive) to Berry Head. This is where we
My maternal grandfather – Arthur Gibson – served in the Royal Navy Patrol Group during WWII (stationed in the North Atlantic). He loved Brixham and
Berry Head Lighthouse We visited Brixham Heritage Museum just prior to visiting Berry Head. I was talking to Rwona – one of the distinguished members of staff
The masses of people who live on housing estates of Torbay are hidden away from the view of the tourists on the seafront, and live in abject poverty. As they have no voice – they appear not to exist. This non-existence is designed to keep a stock of potential workers handy should the need arise – whilst simultaneously preventing them from gaining an education and accessing adequate employment and political power. Although there are obviously more workers in Torbay than the bourgeoisie (i.e. middle class), they appear not to exist because they lack any means to access the bourgeois system.