Margaret Graham

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Name: Margaret Graham
Date registered: May 5, 2014

Latest posts

  1. THEATRE REVIEW   by Paul Vates — April 22, 2017
  2. Idle Women of the Wartime Waterways by Milly Adams — April 20, 2017
  3. Return to Krabi           by Alex Bannard – Bangkok correspondent — April 15, 2017
  4. Fabulous Line-Up, Fabulous Day by Milly Adams — April 13, 2017
  5. Press ups, anyone? — April 10, 2017

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Apr 22

THEATRE REVIEW   by Paul Vates

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Merely Theatre’s Twelfth Night at The Greenwich Theatre   “A theatre company that, literally, makes you want to come back again…” Merely Theatre in association with The Production Exchange are currently touring the UK with a Shakespeare double-bill: Romeo & Juliet and Twelfth Night. [Robert Myles as Malvolio – with Belch and Aguecheek looking on] …

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Apr 20

Idle Women of the Wartime Waterways by Milly Adams

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  Worcestershire Poet Laureate Heather Wastie and writer/performer Kate Saffin will be recreating the Idle Women’s journey from London to Birmingham, and back to London via the Coventry coal fields. This double bill will be touring the canal between Saturday 15th April – Saturday 5th August 2017 The nickname Idle Women relied on the initials …

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Apr 15

Return to Krabi           by Alex Bannard – Bangkok correspondent

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  Alex returns to Krabi for three very different experiences. One of the things I absolutely love about being in Bangkok is the availability of cheap and amazing holidays on the doorstep.   Another element is that friends often want to join you, which is great: the kids have company and so do you. But …

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Apr 13

Fabulous Line-Up, Fabulous Day by Milly Adams

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  Words for the Wounded held their annual LitFest Day at Downley, High Wycombe raising £1800 for the charity, and £500 for Waterstones in book sales. The charity, which is organised and run by three grannies, receives 100% of everything raised as the grannies absorb all costs. This means that they are able to help …

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Apr 10

Press ups, anyone?

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On Saturday 6th May 2017, Richie, Tom, James, Shaun, Adam and Amber will attempt to do at least 30,000 strict press ups in 10 hours, instore at Sainsbury’s in Ferndown.   Why? Because they are raising funds for the John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation.   John died on active service in Afghanistan and his family …

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Apr 10

Easter draws closer so let’s look at more wine

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  Wouldn’t it be wonderful if the great weather continues when friends and relatives visit?  However forget the weather for a moment, what about the wine Cune Rioja 2014 Crianza Give this great wine a try. A relative used to give us Rioja when we visited yonks ago now. I rather thought it would work …

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Apr 10

Easter cometh, so too the rellies – so what wine?

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    I love Easter. It is a time of renewal, a wondrous time on the Christian calendar and also a time when relatives pitch up.   Sadly, sadly Frost has had to suffer for you all, and taste some wines – are they suitable for granny, mummy, and let’s forget about the kids. Grandpa? …

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Apr 07

A Day in the Life of Harriet Angell   

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    First thing, I feed the cat, keep the dogs away from him, moan about the weather if it’s raining, get dressed… I am passionate about helping people of all shapes, sizes and ages to run/jog and do Pilates, for health, fitness and general wellbeing. Anyone can run. Really.  I lead a local running …

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