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The Story so far...

Now everything is up and running, I thought I’d bring everyone up to date with what has happened previously to bring me to this point. Sometimes a little self-reflection can go a long way to deciding how you want your future to play out. 1,766 more words

Squash

Your Questions: Why do the goalpost's get taken down over Summer?

I would like to introduce a new section of the blog, where by I answer question’s presented to me by the public. I do answer your questions directly but I will also look to publish them here in the hopes that if you have the same question you can see the answer here. 465 more words

Bollington

Blaze Hill Glory Run

Thursday is usually a 20-something kilometer commute from the office to Timperley for a beasting on the track. Last night, thanks to the eagled-eyed Helen Murray, I’d got my name on the start list for the Blaze Hill Glory Run. 526 more words

Bollington First Hits The Ground Running

So it’s been a week since I was elected a Bollington Town Councillor, and now the smoke has cleared, the dust has settled and I am slowly returning back to normality, it is time to get some real work done. 485 more words

Bollington

The Snow Flake and Why Voting is Important

During this election campaign, I have had the tremendous opportunity to speak with people of Bollington. It has been great to hear what you are passionate about and I’m pleased that the majority of you feel as passionately about the issues facing Bollington as I do. 487 more words

Bollington

We’re going to...Prestwich!

We did it! We’re in the final!!

Thursday just gone saw us beat our opponents, the City of Manchester, 18 to 7 in a tense 3-2 semi-final. 1,646 more words

NWCSL

Season Reflections and Future Goals

Looking back at how this season has gone for my team, Bollington Squash, it’s safe to say we’ve had some ups, we’ve had some downs, but all in all we can say it’s been a successful season (although very nearly disastrous! 1,231 more words

NWCSL