Tag Archives: homelessness

Has COVID-19 changed our Behaviour?

There is no doubt the coronavirus pandemic has altered our lives. Celebrating New Year 2020, who would have thought in the space of a few months there would be mass panic followed by three months of lockdown. But since the … Continue reading

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Entering the Final Phase of a #WIP

It’s been a while since I mentioned writing, especially my current work in progress (WIP). This standalone novel is a psychological thriller set in 2015 located in my home county of Sussex. Sadly my writing took a nose dive in … Continue reading

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Riches and Rags, a Day Trip to #Brighton

Brighton is a town of Colour Today’s post is a recapture of a recent trip to Brighton. I’ve been visiting this town since my early teens, in fact it was 1980 when I was first captivated by the quirkiness of … Continue reading

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Reflections of Christmas 2017

Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat, please put a penny in the old man’s hat. There is something a little extra poignant about that song, which I can’t define, Christmas being the one time of year that stirs … Continue reading

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The Importance of Affordable Housing – 15th April 2015

With the election looming, I’m sad to say I heard something on the news yesterday which made me very angry. The Conservative Government are proposing ‘The Right to Buy’ for people living in Housing Associations. This is EXACTLY what happened … Continue reading

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