Monthly Archives: July 2014

GuilFest 2014 – day 0 – Keep your hands off my tent

As is traditional with anywhere we go to enjoy ourselves, there will be some thing that really winds me up. At GuilFest, it was the first five minutes spent in the company of our neighbours in the campsite. We had … Continue reading

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Cake–it’s a Northern thing

Had an enjoyable evening at a local quiz night for Macmillan Cancer Support. The event was to raise awareness of a group of local women taking part in next month’s 26.2 mile Stonehenge-to-Avebury Trekathon and to raise additional money for … Continue reading

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How to generate an income from donating to Oxfam

There are five charity shops in Woodley precinct to choose from but I always go to Oxfam first (unless it’s Sunday when the buggers are shut). Their logo is a lovely green colour It’s the closest charity shop to the … Continue reading

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How to lose my custom

I cycle to work. In a week with acceptable weather, I’ll put in 40 miles. Nothing major. Other weeks I’ll catch the train instead. Cycling is the preferred option as I get a little exercise (on the hill back into … Continue reading

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