27 08, 2022

Food of Love. I cook up a story across gender, class and race. How access to Luton Central Library meant opportunities for a working class girl..

By |August 27th, 2022|Categories: Biography, Kennington, Mixed relationships, Oxford|0 Comments

I hadn't intended to publish my memoir.  My publisher's Press Release explains why its CEO  Katie Isbester persuaded me that it was publishable and is relevant. One reason, I agreed to let Claret Press publish it,  is because  I would

1 05, 2022

England’s greatest free asset – our footpaths . Oxfordshire Rambles was my first book and now…

By |May 1st, 2022|Categories: Kennington, Oxford|0 Comments

Today the Oxford Mail published my feature about the Ramblers. I highlight the need for a new group under the Ramblers umbrella - a walking group for families with young children. Anyone interested? https://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/20125497.join-ramblers-free-walks-across-oxfordshire/ During Covid lockdowns, The Oxford Mail