Archive for the ‘Health’ Category

Cheslyn Hay c1926, the Red Lion is the white building dead centre of the photograph. (Britain from Above)

This part takes in the stories of Private Walton (who lies at Rugeley) and Private William Usher Parnaby (who is linked with Cheslyn Hay), two soldiers that were broken by the circumstances of a world they were caught-up in, powerless to do anything about, and a military machine that was incapable and unable to offer much in the way of sympathy or help… https://wp.me/P4ui4e-1oY

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My fantastic family at Pompeii, just prior to my diagnosis.


This isn’t something that will be shared or likely even read and, at the end of the day, I didn’t really want to write it – it is just something I have to dohttps://wyrleyblog.wordpress.com/about/brothers-in-arms-personal-musings-for-world-cancer-day/

Anonymous grave markers,  now divorced from their graves, at the Burntwood Asylum graveyard. 2016.

Anonymous grave markers, now divorced from their graves, at the Burntwood Asylum graveyard. 2016.

The first of a 3 part article on depression in WWI, with special emphasis on the Cannock Chase camps. Part 1 investigates how well mental health was understood back in World War One and the story of a local soldier Silas Sargent of Bloxwich and Cheslyn Hay… https://wyrleyblog.wordpress.com/cannock/driven-to-dispair-the-dark-side-of-the-cannock-chase-camps-part-1/