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Growing and glowing

Hello Weekly Blog Club fans, it’s Kate Bentham here, glad to be your host for week 5. It’s my first week as host since we reconvened and I’m glad Weekly Blog Club is back. It’s the reason I first started to blog,

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Posted in #WeeklyBlogClub summary, communities, exercise, friendship, good causes, health, health services, mental health, patient care, public sector, public spaces, regeneration, working practices

Just like my daughter

Karen Hart blogs about her daughter’s friendships, studies and plans for the future. Everything you would hope from a 17 year old. Karen also shares the shock and anger both she and her daughter have felt when hearing that 200 Nigeria

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Posted in culture, education, family, friendship

Two Ladies and a Vintage Car

Another classic photo from Richard Overy for week 9. This lost image was found by Richard at a car boot sale and is now preserved digitally for us all to enjoy. The two women in this photo show the fashion of the

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Posted in cultural heritage, culture, fashion, friendship, photography, travel

The Last Post

Karen Hart has previously shared with us blogs on the illness and death of her Father. In The Last Post Karen blogs about her Father’s funeral and the coming together of those who loved him to join in remembering how kind,

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Cultural differences

A moving blog this week from Ann Gow on the Ayrshire Health Blog. Ann shares with us a recent sad time for her family following the death of an Aunt. Ann describes how due to culture, alongside the wishes of

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Posted in communities, culture, family, friendship, health, health services, patient care, public sector, Religion, working practices

33 Karl Facts

To celebrate his 33rd birthday Karl Green share 33 facts about himself. From favourite children’s programmes and his rendition of  Red Dwarf song to his love of films and having 13 games consoles, I feel like I know Karl a

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Getting to know you, getting to know all about you…

How well do you know your colleagues? How well do you know the people with whom you come into contact regularly at work? Ros Gray asks these questions, says why it’s important, and gives examples of what you can do

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