Charity Marathon

                     BATH HALF MARATHON   My name is Joe Page and you may know me as I was brought up in the village. You may also know my step father Andy, as he also lives in the village and can be regularly seen walking with my mum Cath and "Humphrey" the […]

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Yet More Musings

PLAY HARD, WORK HARD Cinema – An Appreciation Films are a form of escape – whether you have nothing to escape or everything, it’s a way for us all to stop thinking about our problems and become engrossed in a story. The cinema is a way for film makers to express themselves or make a statement – I suppose I […]

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Preparing Body and Soul for thee Year Ahead

    PREPARING  FOR THE YEAR AHEAD   We probably all ate too much over Christmas and the New Year and some of us possibly drank too much alcohol as well. February is therefore, not surprisingly, the peak time for gym membership as individuals sign up in an effort to lose those extra pounds. The gloomy dark winter days are […]

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Further Musings of A Political Teenager

  PLAY HARD, WORK HARD 2016:- A Summary. Welcome to 2017! At the beginning of January 2016, I sat my first Year 11 GCSE exams which let’s just say hadn’t exactly gone to plan. I was too worried about my failure to gain my sought after marks in January that it spooked me. For the first time in my life, […]

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More Musings of A Political Teenager

  PLAY HARD, WORK HARD Smells Like Teen Spirit   Being a teenager is hard I’m only a few years into my teenage life and already, I can see it’s becoming, increasingly, a tougher challenge to face as the days pass by. It’s hard enough being a teenager, puberty knocking down your door and having certain restrictions; throwing in some […]

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Musings of A Political Teenager

    PLAY HARD, WORK HARD Being 16 means that the ability to vote over the decisions made in our country is currently unavailable to me. It’s unfortunate that I was unable to voice my opinions in a more political way over the summer than simply conversing with those who’d voted in the Referendum. Yet I suppose there must be […]

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