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29/01/15 ‘Let no man pull you low enough to hate him.’ Martin Luther King Jr.

In an attempt to get back to my racing snake physique (?), I’ve taken to wandering the streets of Ilmington. I’ve got a circuit that’s just shy of a mile, so I do 6 laps at a time – roughly … Continue reading

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07/12/13 We’re all giants

Madiba,’father’, exploded into my life in the mid ’80’s amid Apartheid, the Specials and the words ‘Free Nelson Mandela’ spray painted on the side of our local Sainsbury’s. Over the ensuing years he became a familiar figure – a symbol … Continue reading

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07/07/11 Uncle Don

This week I received the expected news that Uncle Don had died peacefully, finally succumbing to pneumonia. As my mums’ brother, he’d played a major part in my early years – visiting regularly , if not frequently with his family, … Continue reading

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