Tomorrow, the latest edition of the St Luke’s Church magazine, InSpire, will hit newsstands across the, erm, church. As editor, I’m enormously grateful to all of our contributors.
As the garden comes alive, I share photos from the Burdett Towers garden, as the spring sun shines brightly during one of my breaks in my Easter holiday revision schedule.
I’m exhausted, but really rather pleased. The latest edition of InSpire is done, finished, and printed – and, best of all, it’s ready in time for Christmas.
Christmas is just around the corner, so the seasonal making and baking has begun at Burdett Towers. In this first post counting down to the big day, I publish my father’s traditional Christmas Cake...
My younger schoolmates took their turn at donning the formalwear today, as they officially ‘graduated’ from Furze Platt Senior School.
Once again, Carters Steam Fair rolled into Maidenhead on Monday for its annual weekend at home. Yet, unlike previous years, when the site has been bustling with thousands of people, today’s rain seemed to be keeping most away. Not me, though – this post contains photographs taken during a brief interlude to my revision.
I’m a great fan of Top Gear, but its India Special in 2011 was embarrassing to sit through. Happily, this year, it seems Andy Wilman and his team have redeemed themselves.
Starting tomorrow (Saturday 17), I’ll be bringing a daily post with text and brilliant photography, recounting the events of exactly two weeks previous. Trust me: you don’t want to miss a single one of these.