Activism

Lord Dubs & The Calais “Jungle”

Given the title of this Blog post, you may start thinking this Blog post is a music review – far from it: I am fortunate enough to be on the mailing list for Liberty’s Newsletter – not the shop, but the Human Rights watch. The below is lifted from their site. You may be wondering why I would be cutting and pasting a newsletter from a Human Rights Watch on my Blog, Ijo Pona –…

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Creativity

Me & The BBC

I have been invited to record a session on the local BBC Station – York & North Yorkshire! Whilst I missed the live broadcast – having burned out after a hard week at work – I was asleep by 7pm on a Saturday. However, Jericho Keys played my track Dub Horns on his show BBC Introducing – York & North Yorkshire. At the end of playing the track he invited me in to record a…

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Activism

Heroes The Both Of Them

They are coming home! My very dear friends, Andy & Tracey, have just completed the life-changing 4001 mile cycle journey from San Fransisco to New York. The whole town are proud of them. For more of a detailed account, they have both been blogging about their adventures on their own respective Blogs – Tracey’s Blog & Andy’s Blog. I had the good fortune to build Tracey’s Blog for her at www.thecyclingnurse.co.uk. Every day (nearly) I…

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Family

Dornoch Adventure Blog 2016 – Pt. III

Well, I have made it home – we (Kathryn & myself) returned to Yorkshire on Monday evening. Knackered. I managed to sleep most of the journey but Kathryn was coming down with a heavy cold – plenty of Lemsip Capsules were purchased at Edinburgh Waverley Station and then it was down to York to catch the train to Harrogate.[google_map_easy id=“4”] Granny really enjoyed her birthday – she is a lady who does not like a…

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