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  • 16 Mar 2014

    Get skipping!

    Most of us remember playing with skipping ropes at school and the chants that went with them, getting faster and more complicated as the games progressed. 28th March is the 12th annual National Skipping Day. An actual day to celebrate skipping, you ask? Well, yes, apparently it is a great form of cardiovascular exercise and a fun and energising way to get fit. National Skipping Day isn’t affiliated to any charity, it’s purely about the fun of it! […] more

  • 15 Mar 2014


    The Brassica Growers Association is celebrating the launch of its new website at and has THREE Kindle Paperwhite e-readers to giveaway. We all love veg, especially greens. They’re full of nutrients, easy to cook with and so tasty. That’s why we launched our Love Your Greens campaign; we want to tell everyone just how great Brassica vegetables are! If you and your kids are looking for some fun activities to do, then the Love Your Greens website is the place to be. […] more

  • 15 Mar 2014

    For women who write

    Many women find that becoming a mother is a catalyst for their creativity. Growing, birthing and nurturing a baby often connects women to a deeper sense of their creative power; the challenge is finding time to honour it. Many women report feelings of heightened intuition as they enter this phase of their lives, and experience a depth of emotion new to them. Writing is a great way to release pent up emotion or frustration that might come with the territory of parenting. […] more

  • 13 Mar 2014

    Support your local library

    I’m sitting typing this in the warm peace of our local library. It’s a place that has a special place in my heart, as all libraries do. Every time I enter a library I still feel the thrill of the fact these amazing places are gloriously, deliciously free. That these great bastions of learning are available to all, regardless of age, economic background or religious leaning. Libraries have something for everyone. […] more

  • 12 Mar 2014

    What is the What book review

    Every so often, you read a book that changes the way you see the world around you. Chances are, that book lands in your lap by chance. It might not be the kind of book you’d usually read and it might be such a tome that you put the actual reading of it off, thinking that you’ll never find the time to finish it. And then you read through a chapter or two and you are gripped…you have embarked on that crazy rollercoaster of a ride that begins with the opening lines and ends when you reluctantly close the back cover, your understanding, consciousness and feelings changed in some irrevocable way. […] more

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