Tag Archives: Surrey

Poetry in the Garden

Affectionately tagged PiG, Poetry in the Garden for 2014 begins on 6th Aug at 1.30 in the writing garden in Surrey. I have already ordered the weather to be fine but not too hot so we can keep our focus … Continue reading

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The Next Big Thing

I have spent some time considering what the next big thing is for me. Since I completed Deployed and it was published, I have diverted much of my attention elsewhere. I set up a web based retail site at BehindtheHighStreet.com and … Continue reading

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New Year – new adventure

Any regular readers of this blog may remember that just over a year ago, together with Jill, a friend who is also a writer and painter, I embarked on a career as a crafter at the local Country Market with the aim … Continue reading

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All the bells and a hobby horse

  As part of the London 2012 Festival Martin Creed led a three minute bell ringing event across the UK on the opening day of the Olympics and Woking joined in…as I have since discovered did many people at home … Continue reading

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Take some cardboard, a dab of glue…

Take some card and glue, tissue paper and gold, paint sprinkle with a little imagination and primary school teacher magic and you have an Olympic Torch. Add an enthusiastic attitude and a desire to encourage everyone to feel part of … Continue reading

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The Torchbearer – James Toney

“ The Olympic Torch Relay has the power to influence attitudes and win hearts,” says James Toney, Executive Editor of Sportsbeat, award winning journalist and soon to be torch bearer. His interest in  bringing the Olympics to London started with … Continue reading

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Chobham’s Olympic Stars

I live in a small  village, not the kind of place, I thought, to brush shoulders with people directly involved in the Summer Olympics. I couldn’t be more wrong. Since one of my ‘BT Olympic Storytellers’ poems appeared in the Parish magazine, … Continue reading

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