Category Archives: Plymouth

Meet Reg – the volunteer who received his first award at age 90 – Part 4 of 4

Sometimes, you will come across stories that will grow more and more inspiring and special as they are unfolded. Sometimes, these stories are just that – great stories. Sometimes, they are a little bit more. They might somehow strike a … Continue reading

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Meet Reg – the volunteer who received his first award at age 90 – Part 3 of 4

Sometimes, you will come across stories that will grow more and more inspiring and special as they are unfolded. Sometimes, these stories are just that – great stories. Sometimes, they are a little bit more. They might somehow strike a … Continue reading

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Meet Reg – the volunteer who received his first award at age 90 – Part 2 of 4

Sometimes, you will come across stories that will grow more and more inspiring and special as they are unfolded. Sometimes, these stories are just that – great stories. Sometimes, they are a little bit more. They might somehow strike a … Continue reading

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Meet Reg – the volunteer who received his first award at age 90 – Part 1 of 4

Sometimes, you will come across stories that will grow more and more inspiring and special as they are unfolded. Sometimes, these stories are just that – great stories. Sometimes, they are a little bit more. They might somehow strike a … Continue reading

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Happiness is: happy students

A little happy bit for a Sunday. I was recently talking with a student and found out that she made cakes. ‘Well, you know that that means, don’t you? You have to bring a cake next time,” I said, jokingly. … Continue reading

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Christmas in different cultures – the extended director’s cut

Being a part-time language teacher for refugees, immigrants and visitors to the UK leads to a lot of very interesting conversations with the students about the differences in culture and life in general that exist between their native homes and … Continue reading

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A love letter to an entire region (of course, more to Devon than Cornwall)

For a semi-Dane, there’s something very odd about stuff being all green and lovely as late in the year as November. Or as sunny and warm as Whitsand Bay was the other day: Maybe it was the weather, or perhaps … Continue reading

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