Margaret Graham

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Name: Margaret Graham
Date registered: May 5, 2014

Latest posts

  1. EasyJet’s new initiative: the Flybrary campaign. by Milly Adams — July 18, 2017
  2. The Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen, 83¼ Years Old reviewed by Milly Adams — July 13, 2017
  3. More award winning success for From Both Ends of the Stethoscope author Dr Kathleen Thompson — July 11, 2017
  4. The Cottage Garden Society by Kate Hutchinson — July 10, 2017
  5. Now I am Alone – review  by Michael Rowan — July 6, 2017

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Jul 18

EasyJet’s new initiative: the Flybrary campaign. by Milly Adams

  This welcome initiative follows new research that suggests that the number of children reading for pleasure is at an all-time low. So how will the Flybrary work? This summer EasyJet will fly 750,000 families out of UK airports on their holidays. That means it has a unique opportunity to get kids hooked on a …

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Jul 13

The Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen, 83¼ Years Old reviewed by Milly Adams

  I have just visited an older friend who has moved into an assisted living complex. I stayed in the guest room for the weekend – and swam amongst the community, each with their own apartments, but with a restaurant, and lounges. There are also clubs run by the ‘inmates’ as my friend calls them …

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Jul 11

More award winning success for From Both Ends of the Stethoscope author Dr Kathleen Thompson

Janey Lee Grace, Carrie Grant and Dr Kathleen Thompson Honestly, there’s no stopping this amazing author. First Dr Kathleen Thompson won The Words for the Wounded Independent Author Book Award, judged by literary agent, Felicity Trew of the Caroline Sheldon Literary Agency last year, and now news is just in  that she has won a Platinum …

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Jul 10

The Cottage Garden Society by Kate Hutchinson

I was a young fledgling gardener when I first came across The Cottage Garden Society. I can’t even remember where now. Maybe a magazine article or a piece on the telly box? I was in East London, in a tiny city garden, desperately dreaming of blowsy borders, gnarled old apple trees and roses around the …

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Jul 06

Now I am Alone – review  by Michael Rowan

  Michael Rowan ventures South to The Bread and Roses Theatre, 68 Clapham Manor St, London SW4 6DZ,   in pursuit of the Bard Not that easy to find and with soaring summer temperatures it has to be something special to get me to venture south of the River Thames. Fortunately, ‘Now I Am Alone’ …

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Jul 05

Ah… Brilliant…. More about Idle Women of the Waterways.  by Milly Adams  

      Idle  Women? When the 2nd World War came upon us, blokes signed up and women did their bit too. In time some robust women were recruited to join the Inland Waterways to help run the narrowboats and deliver supplies.   Inland Waterways badges were awarded once the girls were trained. IW was …

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Jul 01

Island Yoga on Koh Yao Noi: by Alex Bannard – Bangkok Correspondent.

  Alex’s yoga retreat on Koh Yao Noi becomes more than just a welcome break from solo parenting.   When Mr P suggested he would return for the first week of the Songkran school holidays and I should take some time off from holding the fort I have to say it took all of about …

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Jun 27

Summer sun – bliss – but does our hair feel the same way about it? by Milly Adams

    Well, here we are, in the midst of a fantastic summer. Gorgeous but drying sun, which makes hair feel like straw, much as we love blue skies… It might be an idea to consider Aldo Coppola who use natural and organic products and treatments for hair and beauty. All their products are organic, …

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