#PrayersUp: Some worrying news coming out of Jamaica, reports that Great Britain 100m and 200m sprinter Zharnel Hughes (22) was caught up in a shooting incident at the University of the West Indies (UWI) Usain Bolt track during an alleged robbery attempted on Hughes.
Thankfully there are no injuries or casualties. However, Hughes was reportedly left traumatised, but still trained afterwards. ————————————————————————
If true, this is no laughing matter... Say a prayer for the young man, if you can 🇬🇧🙏🏾
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Tag a friend below who would love to visit an ancient Castle in Wales! I'll pick a few random replies to send a nice goodie bag directly from here, the medieval marvel that is Conwy Castle. It's been snowing like crazy across many parts of Britain today - even London got a light dusting. So - let's explore this over 730-year old fairytale, take photos with the British red phone box and finally scoff a lovely bag of Fish and Chips from the nearby chippy! That will keep you nice and warm on a snowy day like today.
Built for Edward I, by Master James of St George, the castle is amongst the finest surviving medieval fortifications in Britain. In a word, exceptional. In five words, blimey sausages it's a cracker. Conwy Castle is one of the earliest examples of Edward I's "iron ring" of castles built to pacify the rebellious princes of northern Wales. Edward finally subdued the Welsh threat in Snowdonia in 1283. Well aware of the strategic importance of Conwy to the area, Edward immediately began building a massive castle there. So important was the castle to Edward that he imported up to 1,500 craftsmen from all over England to speed the building process. The castle was completed in only four years, a remarkable feat in those days.
After all that, head into the village of Conwy to see the Smallest House in Britain, the Teapot Museum, and Aberconwy House, an authentic 14th century merchant's dwelling. Perfect! Have a great Sunday evening... Photo animation by @photosofbritain 🇬🇧 Want your Photos of Britain to be featured? Follow us and then add the tag #photosofbritain and tag us in the picture too! 🇬🇧