Tag Archives: Gazette column

Gazette column: Bombing Iraq is not the answer

It’s “Thursday Thoughts” where I post my weekly Gazette newspaper column to my blog so you can have a read…

This week my column for the Gloucestershire Gazette is about the recently announced booming of Iraq by USA and UK and allies, and why it is not the answer for peace. To read it, simply click to my Column page.

What do you think? Let me know.

**Look out for  Wednesday Wafflings next, well, Wednesday, where I post the latest entry in My Diary of a Hopeful Author**

Gazette column: Hey, Tesco: Smile! It makes a huge difference

It’s “Thursday Thoughts” where I post my weekly Gazette newspaper column to my blog so you can have a read…

This week my column for the Gloucestershire Gazette is about Tesco and the NHS and how we treat each other and how, just smiling, can make all the difference in that world. To read it, simply click to my Column page.

What do you think? Let me know.

**Look out for  Wednesday Wafflings next, well, Wednesday, where I post the latest entry in My Diary of a Hopeful Author**

Gazette column: Cycle paths ultimately save our kids, not harm them

It’s “Thursday Thoughts” where I post my weekly Gazette newspaper column to my blog so you can have a read…

This week my column for the Gloucestershire Gazette is about cycle paths and how, introducing more of them, especially through housing estates, will save our kids ultimately, not harm them. To read it, simply click to my Column page.

What do you think? Let me know.

**Look out for  Wednesday Wafflings next, well, Wednesday, where I post the latest entry in My Diary of a Hopeful Author**

Gazette column: More community cinemas, please

It’s “Thursday Thoughts” where I post my weekly Gazette newspaper column to my blog so you can have a read…

This week my column for the Gloucestershire Gazette is about community cinemas and how they are vital to the cement of the areas in which we live. To read it, simply click to my Column page.

What do you think? Let me know.

**Look out for  Wednesday Wafflings next, well, Wednesday, where I post the latest entry in My Diary of a Hopeful Author**

Gazette column: If towns looked to the past, they could learn something for the future

It’s “Thursday Thoughts” where I post my weekly Gazette newspaper column to my blog so you can have a read…

This week my column for the Gloucestershire Gazette is about the past and how, if towns and retailers looked to it, if they learned lessons from it on how things should be done, it could be the key to future, successful development.

To read it, simply click to my Column page.

What do you think? Let me know.

**Look out for  Wednesday Wafflings next, well, Wednesday, where I post the latest entry in My Diary of a Hopeful Author**

Gazette column: It’s time drivers gave cyclists some room

It’s “Thursday Thoughts” where I post my weekly Gazette newspaper column to my blog so you can have a read…

This week my column for the Gloucestershire Gazette is about cyclists and how, with Cycle Safety week imminent, drivers need to give cyclists some room on the road so we are all safe. To read it, simply click to my Column page.

What do you think? Let me know.

**Look out for  Wednesday Wafflings next, well, Wednesday, where I post the latest entry in My Diary of a Hopeful Author**

Gazette column: Car and pedestrian areas do not mix

It’s “Thursday Thoughts” where I post my weekly Gazette newspaper column to my blog so you can have a read…

Back after a (much needed) holiday, this week my column for the Gloucestershire Gazette is about cars and pedestrianised areas, and how, if people continually ignore the rules and drive down them, they risk the worst of all outcomes .

To read it, simply click to my Column page.

What do you think? Let me know.

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Gazette column: Inside all of us is something truly amazing: The story of the school boy musical genius

It’s “Thursday Thoughts” where I post my weekly Gazette newspaper column to my blog so you can have a read…

This week my column for the Gloucestershire Gazette is about a 13-year old boy at Rednock School, Gloucestershire who, on having no lessons, and without being able to read music, and who is no where near the top academic groups, suddenly walked up to a piano last year in school and began to play. Like a concert pianist.

See, inside of us, each of us, regardless  of our backgrounds, our troubles, is something truly amazing. We just have to look for it.

To read it, simply click to my Column page.

What do you think? Let me know.

**Look out for  Wednesday Wafflings next, well, Wednesday, where I post the latest entry in My Diary of a Hopeful Author**