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Morgan, Camille And Adidas

I recently commented on an article in the Daily Mirror about Camille Sold, the partner of Morgan Schneiderlin, actually going out to work for a living when her other half trousers the best part of £100,000 per week. 588 more words


Radio silence...

It’s been over a month since I last blogged. I am back at work making radio programmes. Two days a week is not a lot, I know, but with two children I’m experiencing the squeeze on other things in my life. 295 more words


Alderley Edge Union Club Beer Festival

The Alderley Edge Union Club is a little hidden gem tucked away on Stevens Street, just of the villages’ high street. Around five minutes walk from the train station, the Club house hosts a vast variety of activities, from a fully stacked bar to pool tables and a bowling field. 615 more words


Walking with renewed purpose

On May 8th I woke up to find that not only did we have a Tory landslide and my local hardworking Lib Dem MP Norman Baker had lost his seat, but as local people had voted on national party lines so had my hard working Independent  local Town Councillor Sylvia Dunn. 413 more words


Alan Garner's Caves

A is for Alderley Edge. 

Throughout his life Alan Garner has drawn on the landscape and legends of Alderley Edge, the place that has been home to his family for many, many generations. 1,183 more words

A-Z Of Places

books in the blood #4 The Weirdstone of Brisingamen

If you read Friday’s post How to be an escape artist (and quite honestly, if you didn’t where the heck were you, sunshine?) then you’ll know that as a child/ young adult/ not-so-young-adult/ middle-aged fart, I love to vanish down the plughole of my own brain. 627 more words


Wizard - Alderley Edge, Cheshire

“Can The Wizard still cast a magic spell?………………”

Well not this time I’m afraid. After a great start near farcical service quashed the magic. The Flame and I decided to turn back the clock and head east to once again walk the edge. 846 more words

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