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Jul 29

Naming The Day: Jane Cable On Organising a Charity Litfest

Author and Frost contributor Jane Cable shares the first in a series of blogs about organising a charity litfest “This is fabulous” said my fellow Chindi author Christopher Joyce, reading about the Words for the Wounded grannies’ latest exploit. “Let’s do something to support them.” I was so pleased. “Perhaps an event?” I suggested. “Yes …

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Jul 28

Twelfth Night or What You Will, by William Shakespeare

Either my education’s failed me or I’ve failed my education as this is the first time I’ve had the pleasure of witnessing the great William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, or What You Will.   A production by the Pell Mell Theatre Company at The Space on the Isle of Dogs, I had no preconceptions of what the play …

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Jul 27

Meningitis By Dr Patricia Thompson

A new vaccine, for Meningococcus B, will soon be available for babies. What, another vaccine? Do we really need it? I would say – absolutely yes. Meningococcus causes meningitis, and blood infection (septicaemia) – sometimes leading to limb amputation or brain damage. Approximately 1:10 people affected die. As a paediatrician, I’ve seen healthy children become …

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Jul 27

Five Simple Steps To Beat Baby Blue Naturally

It comes from nowhere and catches you off guard.  Those feelings of being vulnerable, emotional, sad, tearful and sensitive may make it difficult to believe that it is supposed to be the happiest time of every woman’s life. Don’t worry, you are not alone! Postnatal anxiety, also known as ‘baby blues’, affects 85% of women …

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Jul 27

Why a Caesarian Can be a Positive Birth Experience

I didn’t give enough thought to how my son would be born. I just knew it would be painful. I would put the baby clothes, we bought, to my bump and wonder at just how lucky we were to be having a child. It felt like such a happy miracle it didn’t even feel real, …

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Jul 27

Dana Arnold: A Short Book About Art

Dana Arnold is the bestselling author of the popular Art History: A Very Short Introduction and in her latest, A Short Book About Art, she succinctly takes us on a tour of the art world, discussing, amongst many other things, cave paintings and what they tell us about a Picasso sculpture made from a bicycle …

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Jul 27

Heeltap London

Perfect evenings spent outside with great food, fabulous cocktails and our trusty camera in tow. Food photography is one of my total favourite pastimes. Food reviews are even better as we actually get to eat the food after shooting it. We get to sample delicious meals so you guys know where’s hot and happening. Heeltap is …

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Jul 25

Holborn Dining Room

The Holborn Dining Room is a beautiful classy and chilled establishment. The interior is splendid but isn’t as impressive as the outside area in when the sun is shining. We headed out for a wander mid afternoon to grab a few drinks and stumbled upon this place. The menu was basic, delicious, and very impressive. …

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