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22/11/17 The first (and five star) review on Amazon of My book!

Honesty ByAdrian Baileyon 21 November 2017 Verified Purchase Not a literary masterpiece, but that’s the last thing it sets out to be. Its value is not in how it is written but in what it says. Be assured, though, although … Continue reading

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14/11/17 Walk a Mile: Tales of a Wandering Loon – Press Release

Walk a Mile: Tales of a Wandering Loon Chris Young paperback, £11.99, published 28 November 2017 by Trigger Press Walk a Mile: Tales of a Wandering Loon is the story of how one man’s normal, nurturing childhood turned into one … Continue reading

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17/05/17 I love Tories!!!

Who the…? How the…? What the…? You know, you can be quite eloquent when you put your mind to it… No, I haven’t changed. I’m still the same old left of left leaning idealist who thinks that people are fabulous.  … Continue reading

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24/05/15 Up Periscope

Well really…you’ve just cheapened yourself with those tawdry thoughts… Whoops, sorry, that was me taking any opportunity for a schoolboy gag… Anyway, back to the actual story.  Thanks to a guy – Ronnie – who’s helping with Walk a Royal … Continue reading

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24/02/15 Walkamile Rebooted Update…

This summer….Boom! In a town near you…Boom! Look, this really isn’t going to work unless you do the voice…you know, the THIS SUMMER…voice… That’s better… Right, you’ll remember, earlier this year I threw out the idea, to you walkamilers, of … Continue reading

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08/06/14 Walk a Mile is back…again

A few months ago, as has happened many times before, walkamile UK ground to a halt. Today I returned to that very point where it happened – a bench in a small park next to the Menai Straits. I remember … Continue reading

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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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22/11/13 What’s the right age for starting to talk about this kind of malarkey?

May feels a long way off – that was when I took some folk from Corby and the environs on a little ramble around the town whilst talking about the sacred walk and all things mental healthy. I’d been delighted … Continue reading

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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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11/11/13 A stranger is a friend you haven’t met.

You can almost hear the sing-songy voice saying it, can’t you? Twee – gorge rising – patronising – arse clenchingly… Ooh, I’m having a shudder just as I think about it. How about treating someone as a friend before you … Continue reading

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