Exploring the quaint streets of Shaldon was like something out of a Jane Austen novel, filled with Georgian architecture and beautiful unspoiled views. Ness Cove Beach The small village lies just a short ferry ride across the Teign estuary from the larger South Devon coastal town of Teignmouth. Walking through Shaldon, I quickly discovered it’s … Continue reading A perfect British coastal getaway
My dog is cuter than a picture of me trying to do yoga... When I tried yoga for the first time I didn’t know what to expect. I had nightmare images of hippy chanting in a dark candle lit room, but thankfully it was quite the opposite. Yoga is an ancient practice that originated in … Continue reading Taking a minute to breath…
Every government has a moral responsibility to provide an education that prepares students for everyday life. As a leading country that’s known for having one of the best education systems in the world, shouldn’t we be paving the way for forward thinking and investing in learning vital life skills. Being in the education system for … Continue reading Don’t blame the teachers, blame the government
Let's face it, 'Wicked' will never get old! But here's a list of some musical theatre cast recordings if you fancy a trip down the yellow brick road to staginess… 1. Come From Away Winner of best new musical at the 2019 Oliviers, 'Come From Away' tells the true story of how a small community … Continue reading My top 5 musical theatre cast recordings that I can’t stop listening to!
As knife crime recorded by police rises in England by 8%, what is the solution for making Gloucester’s streets safe and free from the devastating effects of violent crime? Gloucestershire’s level of knife crime is up by a shocking 38%, whilst the number of police officers have dropped dramatically in the last ten years. Knife … Continue reading Gloucester’s knife crime needs a ‘re-think’
A transgender student says there should be more teacher training about LGBT issues in schools. Salem, a 19 year old transgender student from Quedgeley, says we need to rethink the way we educate people on the LGBT community with a focus more on teaching and education. He said that ‘more needs to be done’ to … Continue reading Transgender Education In Gloucester
Hundreds of people lined the streets to launch Light Up Cheltenham and catch a glimpse of illuminating drummers Spark!. Despite the cold, huge crowds paraded through the city past lit up Cheltenham landmarks with the drumming group. The performance ended in Imperial Square taking in the views of the giant 35 metre high observation wheel. The … Continue reading Light Up Cheltenham is a Hit!