Monthly Archives: August 2016

Chartism – An Intoduction

On the 21st of May, 1838, the Six Point People’s Charter was announced. The followers of this became known as ‘Chartists’ and their movement, ‘Chartism’. I’m hoping to complete a series of posts on each of the six points and their impact … Continue reading

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Books

One of my favourite things to do is to finish a good book. The ones with satisfying endings, where all the ends are tied up and I’m happy with the conclusion. As I’ve learnt more about writing and read more … Continue reading

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Making Choices

If I ever said making choices was easy, I apologise. I was wrong. I probably said it in the days of my childhood when all choices seemed black and white. But choices are rarely like that. They are shades of … Continue reading

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The Olympics

It’s that time again. The time where across the world millions of people are drawn to TV screens (or if you’re extremely lucky, stadiums) to watch one of the biggest sporting events in the world which occurs once every four years. … Continue reading

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Feed the Birds

No, I’m not going to begin by bursting into song, although the song is running through my head as I write this. Instead I’m going to write about bird feeding. As a little child my grandmother would take me to … Continue reading

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