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Well Played Sam!

I have been thinking recently about how the things we say and do can affect other people in more ways than we often realize or intend. In recent years the word ‘triggering’ has come into common usage to describe this in a usually negative way. The ongoing COVID 19 enquiry

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Who lives in a house like this?

One of the joys of National Trust membership is the opportunity to visit interesting and significant places and to find out about their connected people. And whilst I do enjoy palatial mansion houses, wild coastlands, countryside, and castles it can be the quirky and lesser-known places that can prove the

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“I’ve got things I need to do”

I recently went to see the film ‘A man called Otto’ starring Tom Hanks, a remake of a 2015 Swedish film based on the 2012 bestseller “A Man Called Ove” by Swedish writer Fredrik Backman. A powerful tale about a neighbourhood and a man who has known joy but because

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A day out in Hackney!

It feels a bit strange having this theme to this blog but here goes… One of the joys of living in London is the sheer number of interesting places to visit, some famous, others secret gems hidden away. I recently had a look round Sutton House in Hackney in East

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Alone

I recently did something for the first time – I attended the live recording of a radio programme. I am just beginning to realise the many opportunities there are in London to be part of a studio audience – free of charge! I love a freebie, so I duly went

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You always did walk anyway didn’t you Dad!

It’s been a while since I last blogged sorry! It wasn’t intentional but maybe watching the awful invasion of Ukraine by Russia unfold, I think lost a bit of motivation for writing my somewhat trivial ramblings and reflections on life and faith. So here goes… A few months ago, following

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It’s half term!

It’s been quite a while since my last blog post and sorry to say I have got out of the habit so here goes..… Someone recently said to me “I’ll get back to you after the half term holiday” and it was a sobering reminder that I have now passed

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Park Life

Its been a while since I last put finger to keyboard – stuff going on – sorry! I have always loved parks! As a young person I spent most of my leisure time at a park with a day-long game of football or cricket with the teams constantly changing as

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Resemble don’t just re-assemble!

I was prompted to think about this because of the name given to a recent gathering of Christian young people in our denomination called ‘Re-Assemble’. We are at the point in time when what it means to gather again is a real live issue in the UK right now and

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All in the line of duty

I recently had a long bank holiday weekend away from social media in sympathy with much of the sporting community’s boycott to stand up against online abuse of various kinds. I have previously written about how we need to stand up against bullies of all kinds and I hope that

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Tales of the Unexpected

It was really good last week to finally  do some travelling around in North London and visit some church leaders in my role as Discipleship Enabler. I had checked the weather forecast which was good and I planned an itinerary to allow for travel. It was good to spend some

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I think we’re alone now

There are many who have been emotionally moved seeing the Queen sitting alone and masked in St. George’s Chapel, Windsor. I choose not to use that photo but a different one, partly for copyright reasons but mainly to demonstrate that Her Majesty has also sat alone on other more joyous

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