Monthly Archives: October 2013

K is for Kite

Visiting Portsmouth International Kite Festival for the first time this year, I was impressed at the sheer variety of kites on display. So I decided to investigate further, beginning with the Kite Society of Great Britain, which has over 3,500 members and … Continue reading

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J is for Jofli

Jofli (Journey of Life) Bear is the brainchild of Suzi O’Neill from Sheffield. A cheery teddy with a denim peaked cap, a red and white checked neckerchief and a backpack (the important part!), he aims to be the perfect travelling companion … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Challenging Myself

I’ve now reached J in my first attempt to blog my way through the alphabet and the challenge is proving trickier than expected. Generally, the week after I post for a particular letter I’ll think of half a dozen other … Continue reading

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I is for Ice Cream

Is ice cream the savior of British dairy farming? Possibly not, but it’s top of my list of the tasty ways in which farmers have adapted and diversified in response to the ever decreasing returns on milk and livestock. Local … Continue reading

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