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How creative can a writer be in a caravan with two kids and her parents?

I am about to embark on a family caravan holiday to the North East Coast of England. As expected the weather has turned for the worse, temperatures are now not expected to get above 15 degrees plus God is going to throw in some sheets of rain and strong winds for good measure. 289 more words


Northern connections: fulfilling the North of England's economic potential

By James Carson

Since the world’s first inter-city rail journey, between Manchester and Liverpool in 1830, the North of England has been trying to capitalise on its  transport links to realise its potential as an economic powerhouse. 845 more words

Business And Economy

Patricia Fawcett's romantic novel The Hills of Home has been published

We are delighted to announce the publication of Patricia Fawcett’s new romantic novel The Hills of Home.

The book tells about Melanie who is unsure about her forthcoming wedding and decides she needs some time away to think things through. 74 more words


HS2 regeneration claims are economic quackery

High Speed 2 is not the first transport project to have ambitious aims. Back in the 19th century the US government subsidised vast transcontinental railroads to bridge the east-west divide, rebalance the country’s economy and unify the nation. 729 more words


I Think I'm Starting a Theatre Company...

A couple of weeks ago I wrote a post about how I didn’t want to be an actress; so I thought I’d write another one about exactly what I DO want to do with my life! 442 more words

Mental Illness