Bletchley Park

Holding a unique history of how the British overcame German, Italian and Japanese ciphers, Bletchley Park is where the World War Two codebreaking operation took place. The contribution of men and women whose roles made the allied victory a possibility cannot be overstated! Previously, I’d only heard of Bletchley Park in a film, The Imitation... Continue Reading →

Blossoms @ the AO Arena

Last Saturday I went to see Blossoms at the AO arena in Manchester, it was the first gig since before the pandemic! Live music is something I love and I’m a massive fan of Blossoms so this gig was right up my street! After waiting so long to see a band play live, they did... Continue Reading →

Helpful Travel Tips

Exciting adventures are what we all live for, but there are a lot of things you need to think about when traveling to a new country and the things that could potentially go wrong. New places to visit, speaking a new language and being with people you've never met before, so with everything to organise... Continue Reading →

July: Monthly Reflection

Honestly, these past two months have been a whirlwind, with difficult situations to overcome and the return to work, but I've had a rewarding month. I am coming out of lockdown with a new refreshing feeling and more purpose to life. Especially when it comes to a routine, my weeks are now no longer rollling... Continue Reading →

Places to Visit in Cornwall

With life getting back to normal and people going on holiday in Britain again, why not try Cornwall. If you’ve never had a seaside holiday in England before then you’re in for a beautiful and mouth-watering treat. For as long as I can remember I've had a sea-side holiday, it's something I really look forward... Continue Reading →

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