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A day in the life of William Earl, a beach resident.

Hello and welcome to my blog. Lots has happened since my last post. I’ve mastered the stairs, learnt how to use the wheelchair and installed a desk and footstool downstairs. Unfortunately, that’s about all I can share with you about life with a broken leg because I’ve been advised not to say anything more by… Continue reading…

A day in the life of Rev Gail Souppouris

Hello and welcome to my blog. This week sees the last of the old interviews for, “a day in the life of..”  This “day” was first published in 2010, and when we met, Rev Gail had to conquer her nerves before she could share her passion for her vocation.  Rev Gail Souppouris, 57, Vicar of the… Continue reading…

A day in the life of PCSO Maireadh Knight

Hello and welcome to my blog. Half-term is over, the dust has settled and it’s just me, thee, and a cup of mint tea. Now, before I move onto the next “Day in the life of..” I’d like to share some good news. Following the BBC broadcast and publication of “What makes us human?” by… Continue reading…

A day in the life of John Bradshaw, Chairman of Shoreham Beach Residents Association.

Hello and welcome to my blog. It’s great to see you again and I hope you’ve had a good week. I’m playing catch up after half-term so will take you straight into the next in the series of “days in the life of”. This week its John Bradshaw and I’ll you leave in his capable… Continue reading…

A day in the life of Rev Gail Souppouris, Vicar of the Church of the Good Shepherd.

Hello and welcome to my blog. It’s lovely to see you again and I hope you’ve had a splendid week. Well, the kitchen’s virtually finished, just need to install the aubergine glass splash back and Bob’s your uncle. Once the brick dust has settled, I’ll compose a blog on my top ten tips for a… Continue reading…

A life in the day of Liza McKinney, Marine Ward Councillor.

Hello and welcome to my blog. I hope you’ve had a splendid fortnight. Mine’s been mixed. Apart from a fascinating three days interviewing for the blog, and celebrating our NCI’s successful application for Declared Facility Status, I’ve spent the whole time wrestling with the kitchen re-fit. We’re back in now, albeit without a floor, blinds… Continue reading…