Jan Coppinger has lived in South Somerset for nine years, and co-founded the Healthy Living Centre in Chard. Jan told her story to Rob Hunt: ‘I was born in Liverpool in 1957 and lived there until the age of seven. Read more »
On the off chance that England don’t win, or, God forbid, don’t even do well in this year’s football World Cup, one recent news item could help bring the nation some cheer.
Tom Stuckey lives on the northern edge of the Marshwood Vale, and is a student at the University of Exeter. He told his story to Ron Frampton: ‘I am the youngest son of John and Joan Stuckey (nee Down). Both Read more »
In a world where robots are often confined to more sophisticated uses, it is refreshing to see them come to the rescue of those that might find this year’s Soccer World Cup a bit strenuous.
Midge Ure talks to Fergus Byrne Midge Ure’s musical history reads a bit like a who’s who of the industry. He experienced his first moment of success in 1976 when his band Slik knocked Abba off the Number One slot Read more »
Recently I was reminded of a moment when my father picked up an apple and told me to make sure to wash it before I ate it.
Vera Farge is 86 and has lived in the village of East Coker, Somerset, for 45 years. Vera told her story to Joan Taylor: ‘I was born in Liverpool in 1920. At fourteen I left school and went to work Read more »
Peri Gunn, (née Horne), a former Olympic skater, moved to Bridport six years ago. Peri told her story to Penny Johnstone: ‘This is the first time I’ve lived outside London in my life. It was always my husband’s dream to Read more »
Over the years we have had a wide range of written contributions to this magazine. From poetry to prose they have all offered something unique,
Rose Thirkettle, now 80, still runs her photographic shop in South Street, Axminster. Rose tells her story: ‘I was born near Westminster Cathedral in London in 1925, fifth in a family of eight. Educated by nuns, I was confirmed by Read more »