Monthly Archives: March 2014

“Resource Rich”

Our small group was on the church cleaning rota on Saturday morning- while we were there, I saw a group some of (possibly even most of) the students in the main room rehearsing for a drama. This turns out to … Continue reading

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The Chicken’s Guide to UK Newspapers

Sometimes negotiating the positions of UK Newspapers on important issues can be a bit of a minefield. This handy guide will tell you everything you need to know thanks to the timeless medium of the “Chicken crossing the road” joke. … Continue reading

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St Patrick’s Breastplate

Today is St Patrick’s day, probably the most well-known of all the patron saints of any country (I am told he is also the patron saint of Nigeria). It’s the 17th of March because that’s traditionally the day he died … Continue reading

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World Cup Memories: Morocco v Scotland, 1998

Since it’s a World Cup year, I thought I’d dig around memory lane and share some things I remember about old World Cups. Group A, 23/6/1998, St Etienne Loath as I am to start with a Scottish defeat, this is … Continue reading

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