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Arthritis Unravelled

Arthritis Unravelled was a website I made for my “multimedia project” module in the final year of my degree.

As an assessment of my multimedia skills, this project required me to include videos, sounds clips, hyperlinks, polls and maps, facebook buttons and twitter feeds and written stories. 12 more words

Joseph Kedwell

Just how good are Stampin' Up! Punches?

Well I have the answer to that! About 2 years ago I “misplaced” a punch and a few weeks ago my partner found it.

Behind the mailbox in the garden!! 113 more words

Stampin' Up!

Wales All Over England (and Scotland)

While I have been working on my second series, The Inheritors, I have been reviewing the first segment of this family saga, The Conquerors… 603 more words

Cymreig/Welsh

Are our MP's accountable?...Part 2

Anyone who read my last post will know that I have asked my local MP a number of questions. It began when I found some claims in his campaign material that were incorrect. 1,413 more words

General Election 2015

Canterbury

The book I read to research this post was Canterbury by Marjorie Lyle whic is a very good book that I bought from a car boot sale. 210 more words

History

Shooting Becky

Shooting Becky as the subject for my film is relatively easy yet unexpectedly challenging at the same time. In the first instance it is a simple process, filming and shooting your best friend who you live and see everyday makes the process of creating and capturing certain moments accessible and fun. 315 more words

UKC

19 Apr 2015: Visiting the V&A Museum

Wow wow wow!

We visited the Victoria & Albert museum in London today to see the Strawberry Room from the demolished Lee Priory. Wow! It seemed so strange that we were standing in a room that was once part of Lee Priory, the main house to which Lee House was the laundry and brewery; part of which still exists today. 66 more words

Canterbury