Tag Archives: walk a mile in my shoes

06/05/14 Walk a mile goes to Hertfordshire University

A film of the ramble about the ramble at Hertfordshire University. Warning, contains nuts… http://youtu.be/9Wk4dPriS5A

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17/12/13 The up to date walk a mile trailer by Johanna Wagner

Watch the trailer to the documentary here Walk a mile Chris

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20/11/13 This is Walk a Mile in My Shoes – please share/ retweet/ re blog then share some more…

This is a short note I received from a man in his late ’60’s/ early ’70’s who I met on the cycle path on my way to Bangor when he pinged the bell of his bike as he came up … Continue reading

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01/02/13 Neither a castle nor a Douglas to be seen.

Dear mr/ms/ mrs trades descriptions person…imagine my horror when I arrived in Castle Douglas to find, or more correctly not to find…. It has stopped raining so I decided to treat myself to a phone call to the Stewartry resource … Continue reading

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08/06/12 One man and his dog

Warning – contains nuts…. I met David (not his real name) and Bruno (not his dog’s name either) some time back in a small coastal town. As ever with the increase in the volume of people wandering the streets, fewer … Continue reading

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13/05/12 So what is this – mental illness, mental health problem, mental malady or just good old non-conformist?

There is an ongoing debate amongst professionals and punters alike – the heading above pretty much covers it. Why bother with the chat? Surely it is what it is – what you call it can’t matter that much, can it? … Continue reading

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09/05/12 Eigg

Ok, chaps, a brief history lesson. Eigg is one of the ‘small islands’ off the west coast mainland of Scotland, nestling near Skye, Muck and Rum. After a succession of absent landowners – Lairds, I think some called themselves – … Continue reading

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08/05/12 A Rum Do

So, here we are on the Ferry to Eigg – a small island off the western coast of Scotland – famous for – well, famous for lots of things really – but you’ll hear about all that over the next … Continue reading

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28/04/12 Mad

Eight days ago I got Ella to film me during a time of madness. This was partly for me and partly for Johanna, the film maker. Yesterday, just as I’m gradually coming out of the fugue, I decided to watch … Continue reading

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19/04/12 Trust

Take a look at this…. Does it breed trust for folk on benefits? For your average citizen in the street? For your average politician? Contrary to what is written in the Telegraph, disability living allowance is a benefit for people … Continue reading

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