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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

A postcard from Mumbles. ..

Some fantastic images in this latest blog from Carol Woolley.  Carol shares some lovely photos of a family holiday to Mumbles on the Gower Peninsular in Wales, including castles, piers, a lighthouse and sea views. Such a beautiful place to

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Posted in beaches, family, natural environment, special events

Half life: The old Box Brownie and the phantom plastic bag

A great blog from Diane Sims for week 16. The blog shows two photos, one of Diane from a local newsletter, and one of her mother from the local newspaper. The photos are taken 64 years apart and although there’s

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Posted in cultural heritage, family, photography

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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Posted in family, friendship

If it matters, it’s in.

Hello bloggers, it’s me Kate Bentham, sitting in the Weekly Blog Club hot seat for week 36. It’s been a while since I hosted, I almost forgot what to do. But it’s been good; it’s helped me get into a

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Posted in #WeeklyBlogClub summary, apps, data, family, health, health services, holiday, learning, literature, local government, maps, open data, patient care, public sector, setting goals, special events, storytelling, television, working practices, workplace

My summer in 8 ice creams

This week Kate Bentham shares pictures of an awful lot of ice cream. They come in all manner of wonderful flavours and look like the perfect accompaniment to a sunny day, or a rainy day. My summer in 8 ice

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Posted in family, holiday, special events

The Housing Associations, Welfare Reform and My Dad

A very personal blog this week from James Walsh who looks at the impact unemployment and welfare reform has had on his Dad. James shares with us the effects of being made redundant, together with ill health, had on his Dad’s

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Posted in budget cuts, family, finance, housing, setting goals
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