Portchester local Penny Tribe is a very busy lady, despite being a full-time mum and a part-time waitress she has still found the time to organise a huge family fundraising day, this Sunday the 23rd, in aid of Cancer Research. In our interview, she explained to me that charities which provide support to cancer patients… Continue reading How One Penny is Raising Thousands of Pounds for Cancer Research.
The Eldon Mini Farm is an exciting inner city growing project in the University of Portsmouth.
The pros and cons of compulsory phone-less-ness...
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A student dabbles in windowsill growing and the delights of Winchester.
For one of my first university assignments, I had to write two short stories. They had to contemporise some element of myth, setting it in the now. I chose to write about a lesser known myth called Jenny Greenteeth, which is thought to originate from Midlands. I also wrote about the much better known, Merlin.… Continue reading Jenny Green Teeth
A nice bit of pathetic fallacy to kick start the gloomiest day of the year in Portsmouth. Très bleak. To top it all I've awoken with a stinker of a cold. But, we mustn't dwell! To combat this miserable Monday, I'm going to use a technique from wonderful blogger Katie Brennan and hashtag some happiness through… Continue reading Blue Monday
Today I was gripped, as I often am, by the urge to go and see something. Since I began to read Keri Smith's The Wander Society, I seek more than ever the fresh outdoors. One big benefit of going to university in your own city is knowing the ropes already. I know where the views are… Continue reading Sunsetting Southsea.