In June of this year, I found myself sitting in a room with five other chronic pain sufferers, under the care and tutelage of the experts from the Royal National Orthopaedic hospital in Stanmore, Middlesex. I had been waiting for
Louise Frantom and her husband Des, moved to our village 23 years ago in 1993. She remembers coming down the hill and seeing the lovely village green (for a shot of the Green, see my blog ‘Bucks and Pups’). It
From Ruislip to Wooburn Green to find family, fun and fulfilment.
I first met Dave England on the Stage Management and Technical Theatre Course run by the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) in 1986. We studied Stage Management with 20 or so fellow students, graduating as ‘Class of ‘1988’
Amber is one of my two Sprocker Spaniels. Ellie is a puppy from Amber’s first litter and now a professional truffle dog. Marion Dean founded the Truffle Hunters Dog School after having to change direction due to a health problem which left