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01/03/1469 Events around England

Hello England! I hope to bring you weekly celebrations, events, games and all manner of fun things so that we can enjoy them together.

This weeks events:

In Sussex, we have noticed two events going on. The first is the Valentine's Kissing Booth. Come and take your chance on a secret kiss. Will it be a gentleman or a lady that awaits your entry?

The second event is the Wayward Hearts Masquerade. Can you guess the identities of those that are masked? The prize is a good sum of 500 pounds.

If you wander on over to Devon you can find the event called Valentine's Event NOT A Date Auction!. The event is a simple one, you bid on a masked person to win a date with them. Of course, you do not have to go on a date. It is a good way to have a little fun and donate to the county.

A walk across Mercia will find a festival called The Great Thaw. This festival is held from 1 to 17 March. There will be a fox hunt, poetry contest, as well as events in each town gathering the natural resources there.

The events in Westmorland have passed so we shall have to wait to see if they have anything coming up.

Last but not least, if you find yourself in London Commons go check out the one-man auction called Navarran Man Meat. You bid on a gentleman named Arturo de Balboa. But you better hurry ladies and gents, it appears the man may be off the market soon!

If you have any event(s) you wished to call attention to please let me know, so we can help bring attention to it.

Kallist0 for KAP
Editor in Chief
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22/02/1469 Election of Westmorland's council : KWS have obtained the absolute majority of the seats.

LONDON (AAP) – The list Keep Westmorland Safe have taken the lead in the Westmorland county council election race, and have gained an absolute majority of the seats. They can govern alone.

Result of the vote :

1. "Keep Westmorland Safe" (KWS) : 100%

The seats of the council have been split in proportion to the election votes:

1 : Florianos (KWS)
2 : Anneke (KWS)
3 : Seraphyna (KWS)
4 : Aven (KWS)
5 : Kittycuddles18 (KWS)
6 : Rominus (KWS)
7 : Billyjoebob (KWS)
8 : Amda (KWS)
9 : Mortyn (KWS)
10 : Adelaide_Grace (KWS)
11 : Fiora (KWS)
12 : Eumelia (KWS)

The members of the council will recognize the new Count(ess) in two days. The Count(ess) will have to present the county's respects to the King and appoint the councillors to their new positions.

19/02/1469 Election of Sussex's council : P.S have obtained the absolute majority of the seats.

LONDON (AAP) – The list The public servants have taken the lead in the Sussex county council election race, and have gained an absolute majority of the seats. They can govern alone.

Result of the vote :

1. "The public servants" (P.S) : 100%

The seats of the council have been split in proportion to the election votes:

1 : Zerostar (P.S)
2 : Aertan_llewellynn (P.S)
3 : Helenn (P.S)
4 : Destrian (P.S)
5 : Arthur_the_younger (P.S)
6 : Aeneia (P.S)
7 : Aminus (P.S)
8 : Kragomir (P.S)
9 : Cullan2.0 (P.S)
10 : Evina (P.S)
11 : Rosethorn (P.S)
12 : Nicole_ (P.S)

The members of the council will recognize the new Count(ess) in two days. The Count(ess) will have to present the county's respects to the King and appoint the councillors to their new positions.

08/02/1469 Noteworthy Events Around Enland

Folks get your travel shoes or horse trotting and make your way to the following events for fun.

In Westmorland, there was a Winter Masquerade Dance. It appears you may have missed the masked part but you can always dance still.

If you are passing through Mercia, there isn't much of a celebration going on at this time but there is a duel the count! That's right, for a donation to a town hall, while the Count is there, you can duel him. It is a worthy cause, you donate, you have fun and the town prospers!

Just in time for the day of love, in Sussex, you can find Cupids mailbox. Leave your love letters, flowers, poems and gifts to those you admire there in Sussex.

Making your way to London Commons? Stop by the dance there hosted by Kallist0 for KAP
Editor in Chief
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08/02/1469 Lewes, Town of Activities

Lewes is one of the most populous and active towns in England. The market of the town is buoyant and also because it is a port city foreign traders often come to Lewes. Its taverns are mostly full and it is possible to see strong ties between the Lewes people in the taverns. There are brotherhood and friendship in Lewes.

An archery tournament with a big prize started on February 6 at Lewes. Announced by the Lewes Activities Assistant Lady Alicia Avis O'Hera, the total prize in the archery tournament is 2,050 pounds. This is a really big prize and guests from town other than Lewes will be able to attend the tournament. The tournament will continue until February 21st.

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You may often have to wait for hours at the door to enter the tavern called The Drunken Mallard Inn, which has become one of Lewes's favourite places nowadays. Because it is often very difficult to find a place to sit inside.

You can hear the most pleasant conversations, jokes and laughs inside. Well of course a little bit of politics.

The Drunken Mallard recently opened by Sir Destrian Blackwell, Earl of Howick. However, it soon achieved to become one of Lewes's favourite taverns. I think the effect of Sir Destrian and bartender Lady Lenae Blackwell in this cannot be ignored. Sir Destrian's hospitality and his close attention to everyone made The Drunken Mallard one of Lewes's attractions centres.

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Lewes is also a very active town politically. All seven members of the current Sussex Council are from Lewes. The majority of MPs from Lewes in the Sussex Council indicates that the city of Lewes is politically active.

The election for the Municipality of Lewes will be held a few days later and four people have now announced their candidacy. These are the current mayoress and also the trade minister of Sussex Helenn Whitehall, current Count of Sussex Richard "Ghost" Rodriguez, current Sussex councillor David Blackwood and Lady Daisydread.

The fact that three candidates are members of the Sussex Council demonstrates the quality of politics in Sussex. In Sussex, everyone may have different political views, and there may even be three different candidates from the same council for the same mayoralty, but Sussex always continues to work together like one fist. This must be the wealth of Sussex. To work with together different views for one purpose. Service to the Homeland.


David Blackwood for KAP

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