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A historic milestone in lawn advice

1066We have reached a historic milestone in the life of Grass Clippings, the internet's most comprehensive and most viewed online lawn advice blog. 

We have written 1066 lawn related articles to help lawn owners in their quest for a better lawn to be proud of.  If each article is a technical page post then these have been read 2,637,897 times to date.  That's 2,474 times a page.

Now back to 1066. The year began with the death of a king, and ended with a shout and a trembling new monarch. The political scheming and hotly fought battles of the months in between made it a year that has never been forgotten.

The Battle of Hastings took place at a site now known as Battle on 14 October 1066. Harold drew up his army in three wedges on Senlac Ridge, overlooking the battlefield. With him he had little more than 5,000 footsore and weary men, ranged against a Norman force of up to 15,000 infantry, archers and cavalry.

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