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Motherhood: a Writer's viewpoint

I’ve created my own work on and off for the last ten years but this is the first time that I have written a play and handed it over to a company. 274 more words


A re-balanced education?

For this academic year I am currently placed with Primary School aged children either in a non-traditional school setting or guilding them into out of school excursions through history. 707 more words


What Kind of Services Can You Find at the Library? (You might be surprised.)

Most people know that libraries provide books, magazines, movies, music, audiobooks and ebooks. What many may not realize are all the other ways libraries support their communities. 629 more words

Cheshire Library

Cheshire firefighter injured while rescuing woman from car

CHESHIRE, Conn. (WTNH)– A Cheshire firefighter was injured while rescuing a woman from a car.

The Chief of the Cheshire Fire Department tells News 8 that the firefighter was using a hydraulic tool to extricate a woman from a car crash when the tool broke. 71 more words


Your first post is never your best, yet it is the compass navigating the direction of the blog.

This first post features black patent boots and clothes that I dread to say are suitable for the turbulent English Autumn. 125 more words


Motherhood: A Prompt's View

Next in this series of blogs about Motherhood is from Paulette Anderson, a proud Davenham Players’ member. Paulette attended early writing workshops in the process of this project and is now acting as prompt on this production. 176 more words


How about lunch at The Hollies, Little Budworth?

If you’re up to date with my Piccolino, Chester review you’ll know that as I was typing it, I was waiting for my Mum to pick me up and whiz me away from the office, towards… 720 more words

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