I spent the morning at GoApe in Bracknell, with my friends Alex, Jay, and Oli. Here you can watch me complete the centre’s high-ropes course in a new video.
This afternoon, I joined a party from St Luke’s in our latest theatre outing, this time watching a matinee performance of Agatha Christie’s perpetually popular murder-mystery play, The Mousetrap, at Wycombe Swan.
There’s a new beast lurking in the waters around historic Windsor. Big and bright yellow, it’s not exactly difficult to spot – everywhere it goes, it attracts the attention of the people it passes. And not just when it’s on the Thames, but when it’s on the land too; it can both swim and crawl.
Andrew Burdett joins his Explorer Scout Unit for an evening at Reading Climbing Centre, scaling the impressive 14-metre high wall.
This evening, the Magnet played host to RBWM‘s Youth Achievement Awards, an annual celebration of all the great things that young people do across the Borough. Having collected my Duke of Edinburgh’s Bronze Award...
Whatever age you are, there’s nothing more curious than a speed-limit signpost, only its top still dry. The white painted road-markings, which dive down beneath the water-line, are the subject of many a photograph. For me, though, it’s the impossible image of all of this water, somehow made possible by a complex combination of currents and clouds.
As the globe gets ever more ‘warm’, and the ecomentalists shout ever more loudly, deduction points to mankind as the cause of the nationwide floods. Truly, the effects of the recent weather are shocking:...
Andrew Burdett wishes all readers a very happy New Year.