October sees the annual Cheltenahm Literature Festival and this year I’ve spent in excess of £150 on tickets and new books to read. 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
I’ve made it an annual tradition since my first year of university: A visit to the Cheltenham Jazz Festival in May – and the Cheltenham Literature Festival in October.
Since I started my new job at the beginning of December, I’ve been driving Dad’s car more and more. Most of the time it’s sharing the driving with Dad.
Instead of writing a blog about my final night in my student house in Cheltenham, I shall point you in the direction of (soon to be former) housemate Zoe Fell’s blog, which sums it up perfectly.
It’s my final weekend in Cheltenham. On Sunday, I move out of my student house, after finishing my 3 years at university.
Today I will leave Cheltenham for the penultimate time. The next time I leave Cheltenham with all my stuff and return to Cirencester will be when I move out of my student house and go back to Cirencester. For good.
My housemate Jack moved out of our student house in Cheltenham earlier. It felt very strange watching someone pack their entire life in to the back of a white van, and then drive off in to the distance.
In 11 days, voters in Britain choose who they want to represent them in the European Parliament for the next 5 years. The question is: What does the EU do for us in Gloucestershire, and would Britain be better off… Continue reading
Returning to uni means moving in to a new house which will be my Cheltenham home (my second home – I sound like an MP now) – until I leave uni in Summer 2013.