Looking with Fresh Eyes – An Antidote to the Lockdown

The Coronavirus pandemic has certainly brought great stress to many people. Many of us have been or are now locked down with little room for movement, which can lead to frustration and depression. Here in the UK, we are allowed limited movement in the form of exercise or essential travel, such as going to work … Continue reading Looking with Fresh Eyes – An Antidote to the Lockdown

A Walk Through the Village of Turleigh

Join me on this walk through the village of Turleigh, Wiltshire. Turleigh lies close to Bradford on Avon and the buildings show that at one time though small, greatly prospered. The names of many of the buildings, now residential properties, indicate their former past. There is The Old Malthouse, an old pub, bakery, post office, … Continue reading A Walk Through the Village of Turleigh

A Walk along the Kennet and Avon Canal, Bradford on Avon

Join me as I walk along the Kennet and Avon Canal from Bradford on Avon to Avoncliff and over the aqueduct. Take a look at the narrowboats, fine buildings and views on this route. This canal is now a busy pleasure route as part of the UK canal network. The towpath also forms part of … Continue reading A Walk along the Kennet and Avon Canal, Bradford on Avon

English Grammar and Spelling Errors

        Some Common English Errors   No one is perfect when it comes to spelling and grammar; we all make mistakes. It is why there are proofreaders in this world! The errors become compounded by modern technology which can cause issues with auto-correct. All too often, especially on the small screen of … Continue reading English Grammar and Spelling Errors

Dementia and Sport

Photo by Matthias Zomer from Pexels Dementia is often in the news, and there is a growing concern that those engaged in sport are at risk. There are reports concerning footballers who have developed dementia, and in the news today, England and Lions rugby player Steve Thompson has a diagnosis of dementia at the age of 42. Footballers … Continue reading Dementia and Sport