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This is part of a series of interviews with fellow English language teaching professions to be published on this blog.
The interviewees are drawn from a variety of teaching contexts, in different countries and working with different kinds of learners. 982 more words
In July 1946, Gloucestershire newspapers reported that “a prison without walls or locks” was to be opened in the grounds of Tortworth Court, near Falfield, in south Gloucestershire. 1,502 more words
A couple of years after departing from my beloved home town, Facebook erupted with photos and statuses which raved about the new Hawkes House. A café/ bar which had opened in the neighbouring town of Thornbury after taking over from the ‘regulars only’ pub, The Barrel. 664 more words
Jai is now offering Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture in the heart of Clifton Hill (by appointment only) and servicing surrounding areas such as Fitzroy, Collingwood, Carlton, Brunswick, Coburg, Northcote, Thornbury, Fairfield, Ivanhoe and Kew. 34 more words