Firstly, a belated Happy International Left Handers Day – That occurred othis week, on Tuesday 13th August. Continue reading
The Cheltenham Literature Festival took place at the beginning of this month. I always end up spending far too much money on books and it takes me ages to get through them all! Continue reading
In my three years at university, I have always avoided the social side of university. Beyond sitting in the refectory in between lectures, I’m not one for socialising.
Its an important day for the Greeks today: March 25 is independence day in Greece.
So the country is now recovering after the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of last weekend.
I’ve been living in Cheltenham now for just under a month, and this week is one of the longest running festivals of its kind in the world – the Cheltenham Literature Festival.
Happy New Year & welcome to 2011.
I’d like to wish all followers of my blog a Merry Christmas. I’ll write more in a few days time, but for now: thanks for following me over the past year. More great blog articles coming up during 2011. 🙂
Next weekend (September 9 to September 12), there will be a number of open days running as part of the City of Gloucester Heritage Open Days weekend.