Wednesday, September 18, 2019

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Ruffling Some Feathers

I try to go for a walk every day. Even if days are short and the weather is awful, a brisk circuit around the village...

Domestic God?

“It’s all about getting into good habits mum.” Star 1 stood with a large black sack one hand and a duster in the other. I...

The Forum talks with Guy Kremer

Multi award winning, celebrity hairdresser Guy Kremer invites me into his beautiful Hampshire home and apologies profusely for ‘the mess’. Yet strewn over the...

Master of the Pond

There’s a ‘Private Fishing’ sign posted close to the pond’s edge, but the heron clearly thinks this place exists for its personal benefit. It...

Manners Maketh White Van Man

LaM (Lord and Master) burst through the front door and slammed his keys down on the table. I’m sat on the kitchen floor de-burring...

The Forum talks with John Cameron

John Cameron has an easy, friendly manor and is extremely grounded. He currently appears as an expert presenter on BBC’s popular antiques show Bargain...

World Cinema in Winchester

Two of Winchester’s popular arts organisations are coming together to raise Winchester’s profile as a recognised centre for Film in Southern England. The new...

Conkers Bonkers

Yes I know there’s hardly any time before Christmas - no need to panic - but for me autumn can never last long enough....

Rachel Hudson Illustration

Illustrator Rachel Hudson, from Four Marks in Hampshire, is Shortlisted for Best Rural Creative Business in the South East for The Rural Business Awards...

How One Soldier’s Battle Brought Peace to Millions

2018 marks the centenary of the end of the First World War, and also of the visit of a certain Bill Wilson to Winchester...
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