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Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows part 2/St. Swithin’s day

The last exciting  installment of the Harry Potter films is finally in cinemas, and picks up with Harry, Ron and Hermione looking for one of the remaining Horcruxes hidden in Gringott’s bank, and managing to convince one of the Goblins to help them retrieve it in exchange for Godric Gryffindor’s Sword. Unfortunately though he betrays them and the trio soon find themselves in great danger when Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes)shows up.

Harry then learns that another Horcrux is hidden somewhere inside Hogwart’s Castle, however getting into Hogwarts proves to be somewhat problematic until they meet Albus Dumbledore’s brother, Aberforth, who helps them.

However Once in Hogwarts they are far from safe and soon find themselves under attack again, and are only saved by a timely intervention from Minerva McGonagall (Maggie Smith).

Meanwhile Voldemort Summons his evil followers to Hogwarts ready for the final battle, so the staff at Hogwarts create a magical barrier to stop him attacking, Harry then looks for the Horcrux hidden in Hogwarts. Unfortunately the barrier is eventually breached and the final Battle of Hogwarts begins….

Watch Trailers HERE & HERE


Saint Swithin’s Day

It is Saint Swithin’s Day, on July 15, and it is popularly belived that if it rains on St. Swithin’s Day, it will rain for the next 40 days, but, if it is fair, 40 days of fair weather will follow.
St. Swithin himself, was born around 800AD near Winchester, Hampshire, and was bishop of Winchester from 852 to 862AD.Upon his death and at his request he was buried in the churchyard, where rain and the steps of passersby might fall on his grave. His body was then moved inside the cathedral on July 15, 971AD, and a great storm ensued thus giving rise to the legend.

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