Monthly Archives: October 2014

Championship is shaping up

14 games done and it’s starting to emerge which clubs are looking to go up or down. The top teams are not averaging 2 points a game so no runaway leaders just yet. Blackpool, on the other hand, have made … Continue reading

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Recipe–Bloody Mary Cocktail (sausage)

Thanks to Juliet Dimmick for the inspiration. Ingredients Pack of 30 cocktail sausages (400g) Can of chopped tomatoes (400g) or equivalent amount of passata if a smoother sauce is preferred Stick of celery, chopped A carrot, chopped Half a dozen … Continue reading

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Skeptics in the Pub – Prof Dorothy Bishop evaluates alternative treatments for dyslexia

Another evening well spent in the pub with my daughter. Such a pity these talks only come round once a month. Tonight was Dorothy Bishop, Professor of Developmental Neuropsychology at the University of Oxford, giving good advice on how to … Continue reading

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Kim Bagley at South Hill Park

During the interval at South Hill Park gigs, we usually pop round the corner from the Wilde Theatre to the Mirror Gallery. Always a lottery as to what you’ll find. Tonight we find little leather houses suspended from the ceiling … Continue reading

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