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Northumbria RMB

WA Delegate: None.

Founder: The Kingdom of Northumbria

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Board Activity History Admin Rank

Most Nations: 1,364th
World Factbook Entry

Welcome to Northumbria! / Wilcume on Norþhymbra!


Links: LinkNorthumbria Forum

First recorded – 28 May 2003
Refounded by Northumbria – 21 July 2016
Featured – 16 March 2017


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Northumbria contains 12 nations, the 1,364th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Furniture Restoration Industry in Northumbria

World Census analysts spend quiet weekends in the countryside in order to determine which nations have the largest Furniture Restoration industries.

As a region, Northumbria is ranked 8,116th in the world for Largest Furniture Restoration Industry.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Kingdom of FrisiaCivil Rights Lovefest“Lever Dood as Slaav”
2.The Kingdom of NorthumbriaAnarchy“Hwæt God wille weorþan”
3.The County of Monte CristoCorporate Bordello“Attendre et espérer”
4.The Kingdom of NorthlandCivil Rights Lovefest“Mid Laga Sceal Land Byldan”
5.The Republic of RodinaNew York Times Democracy“Swoboda a Jednota”
6.The Islamic Republic of SaharaIron Fist Consumerists“By The People For The People”
7.The Kingdom of BerniciaCivil Rights Lovefest“.”
8.The Commonwealth of VestlandCivil Rights Lovefest“Landit handan hafsins”
9.The State of North BorneoConservative Democracy“Pergo et Perago”
10.The Republic of AramConservative Democracy“‎ܐܝܠ - ܚܐܪܘܬܐ - ܐܘܡܬܐ”
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Northumbria Regional Message Board

Because you are! Now where are my manners - tea?

Florentine palace

Vanoise ceased to exist

Florentine palace wrote:Vanoise ceased to exist

Oops. My bad! Lemme see if I can remember the password!

Ah, found me again, researching a cure :)

20 March – St. Cuthbert's Day

Today is St. Cuthbert's Day otherwise known in Englisc as Sanctes Cuþberhtesdæg, or more formally: the feast day of St. Cuthbert (Sanctes Cuþberhtesfréolsdæg); and more simply Cuthbertsmas (Cuþberhtesmæsse).

The day marks the death of Saint Cuthbert, an Anglo-Saxon monk, bishop and hermit, associated with various monasteries of the Kingdom of Northumbria and the Anglo-Saxon bishopric of Lindisfarne. After his death he became one of the most important medieval saints of England, with worship and pilgrimage centred at Durham Cathedral (Dúnholmes Héafodcyrice).

Saint Cuthbert is regarded as the patron saint of the Kingdom of Northumbria and, therefore, his feast day is considered Northumbria's national day!

St. Cuthbert's Day always falls around the equinox and is, therefore, also regarded as the start of spring in Northumbria. It also falls near Lady Day (25 March) which was, from 1155 to 1752, the start of the legal year in England. Therefore, St. Cuthbert's Day is considered a time of great festival, merriment and time for new beginnings in Northumbria.

There's stotties with ham and pease pudding, kippers and singing hinnies on the tables and broon ale on tap! Tuck in! Glæd Cuþberhtesmæsse!

A belated glæd Cuþberhtesmæsse to everyone!

*tucks into the coolroom leftovers, munching whilst singing along with the singing hinnies*

Raises a goblet of broon ale, because it's never too late to celebrate in Nortumbria!

That time again...

20 March – St. Cuthbert's Day

Today is St. Cuthbert's Day otherwise known in Englisc as Sanctes Cuþberhtesdæg, or more formally: the feast day of St. Cuthbert (Sanctes Cuþberhtesfréolsdæg); and more simply Cuthbertsmas (Cuþberhtesmæsse).

The day marks the death of Saint Cuthbert, an Anglo-Saxon monk, bishop and hermit, associated with various monasteries of the Kingdom of Northumbria and the Anglo-Saxon bishopric of Lindisfarne. After his death he became one of the most important medieval saints of England, with worship and pilgrimage centred at Durham Cathedral (Dúnholmes Héafodcyrice).

Saint Cuthbert is regarded as the patron saint of the Kingdom of Northumbria and, therefore, his feast day is considered Northumbria's national day!

St. Cuthbert's Day always falls around the equinox and is, therefore, also regarded as the start of spring in Northumbria. It also falls near Lady Day (25 March) which was, from 1155 to 1752, the start of the legal year in England. Therefore, St. Cuthbert's Day is considered a time of great festival, merriment and time for new beginnings in Northumbria.

There's stotties with ham and pease pudding, kippers and singing hinnies on the tables and broon ale on tap! Tuck in! Glæd Cuþberhtesmæsse!

Ayup, lads and lasses! Anyone still active here?

Harrowed Yorkshire wrote:Ayup, lads and lasses! Anyone still active here?

How do. Meh not really. More just original name puppet storage. You're welcome to hang about, though.

I figured.

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