Monthly archives of “September 2013

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Scottish integrity

I like Edinburgh. The stone, the iron railings, the cobbled streets, the architecture – it’s a world apart from Cornwall. The city has an energy that’s intimate yet cosmopolitan, with friendly bus conductors and a world renowned arts and literary festival. A disproportionately large percentage… Read More

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A photo

I wanted to be in it They teased me I’m in the background Jumping in Unwanted ‘And me’ Became my nickname My nickname ‘And me’ They laughed I cried A stabbing symbol Of my place On the ladder My place An unvisited Suburbia There Very… Read More

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If the band is happy…

There’s something that makes a festival in Cornwall just that little bit different to any other, it’s got something to do with location. Electric Beach Festival, at Watergate Bay on 31 August, definitely had that killer advantage. Live music on the beach, with tunes stirring… Read More

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Challenging tradition

Christmas cake or passion fruit pavlova, mulled wine or Pom-Pom cocktails, tinsel or hand knitted baubles? Timbatree tends towards the latter, loving the unconventional choice. That’s why they’ve designed and built an alternative tree that will bring a little touch of style to Christmas, and last… Read More

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This happening

A man that brings out the quiet in me, Did I even know there was a quiet there? A peaceful, tranquilising calm Sitting alongside a jungle rhythm of fever. I know, I just know, this is going to be good No insecurities, no need to… Read More