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Runnorfolk – have I got this thing right?

I’ve not posted much on this blog recently. But I think about it a lot. One of the things at the top of my mind is whether I should call it something else. After all there is Run Norwich now… Continue Reading →

The foot towel at the bottom of the stairs

For me the best time to write, I’ve found, is straight after a run, when my mind is bursting with ideas. For my wife, it’s probably about 11pm when everyone is in bed, as she’s been left all morning with… Continue Reading →

Happy Mother’s Day Agnes – you kept your family together and we kept your name

 Agnes was only 45 when she died. She was a mother to six children, and lived for all her life in an area of Norwich known as Pockthorpe – the bit from Bull Close then around Barrack Street up to… Continue Reading →

Guest Post: Running my way back to me

Writer and former journalist Donna-Louise Bishop, founder and lead tutor of Write Norfolk, explains why this year has been one for realising her dreams – and how running helped along the way. I can still hear Miss Baker’s* voice shouting at… Continue Reading →

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