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24 Hour Inspire 2016

Today it is three years since Tim Richardson passed away.  Three years ago, his family were grieving and bereft, and all of those who had been lucky enough to be taught by him, to work with him, to count him as a friend, mourned too, and felt our world to be a little greyer, a little less warm without him. 537 more words

Tim Richardson

Lincolnshire Co-op employees and shoppers generate just about £113k to deal with teenage cancer

Staff and customers at Lincolnshire Co-op joined forces in 2015 to bake, race, raffle plus sprint their way to an outstanding £112,890 total for the society’s Charitable organization of the Year, Teenage Cancer Trust. 426 more words


Ding Ding... Round 2!

I’d like to start off by saying thank you everyone for the such supportive responses that you gave me to my last post. I know it was a hard hitting one and I was a little bit more matter of fact then I sometimes can be but I think sometimes you’ve just got to be honest when you’ve had a bit of a tough time and it made me feel like a real weight had been lifted! 1,347 more words


Pulled Apart By Horses go glam in Bowie tribute for Teenage Cancer Trust

It feels like the whole world is still in mourning. The loss of David Bowie was an unexpected blow. Much like Lemmy, David Bowie was one of those cats you could see living forever. 311 more words

Birthday Cake For Breakfast

A new challenge

2016 could, no most probably will be the year that the world endurance cycle record finally goes as Bruce Berkley attempts to cycle 330km a day to enter the record books. 590 more words


Inspiration for Life Newsletter, December 2015

It’s traditional at this time of year to look back and review the year that’s drawing to a close, and to look ahead to see what the next might bring.  648 more words

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The End of Season Event – 2015 a year to forget?

Now officially off- season and definitely a holiday feel in the air, it’s time to take stock of the year. I could say 2015 is a year I’d like to forget. 917 more words