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Shouting loudly and proudly at Camden Market

Your friendly ol’ Town Crier has missed stomping around London for three days per week, crying about all the wonderful things you can do and see at the Camden Market. When the lockdown started and I, like everyone else, […]

Sending my condolences to Alexander Ivanovich Suscenko

I was recently informed about the death of Alexander Ivanovich Suscenko’s mum, and wish to send all my condolences to his family at this sad time. She was a lovely lady with so many fascinating stories to tell.

For those […]

Two years since our Warrior Queen re-enactment

It’s another turn-back-time today, or #TBT as the youngsters say! This time, I’m turning the clock back to June 2018, when I took part in the Warrior Queen Aethelfled re-enactment in Gloucester. The actual event took place 1100 years […]

Celebrating Volunteer Week

I mentioned a while ago that I’m a volunteer for Gloucester City Mission and while I’ve not been able to help out due to the pandemic, I can’t wait for the time I’ll be able to walk back through […]

Less than 20 weeks till Santa!

I love putting together these kind of countdowns in June! For half of us it’s scary, and for the other half it’s so very exciting! At the time of writing this, there are 17 weeks to go until the […]

A King Henry VIII-shaped blast from the past!

As with almost everything in life, there are positives and negatives when it comes to social media. I must say it took an old chap like me a while to get my head around it but these days I’m […]

World Day for Cultural Diversity

I felt like it had been a while since I donned my ol’ Town Crier uniform but I was more than happy to step right back into it to celebrate the World Day for Cultural Diversity. I was most […]

Memories, memories, memories…

I’m finding it hard lately not to think about the times we took for granted. The times when the world was happier and, to a great number of people, more ‘normal’.

I’m sure, over time, things will improve and we’ll […]

Why I’m celebrating The Lady with the Lamp

I think, in some ways, this lockdown has made us a more sentimental bunch. But it seems to me there’s been a lot of commemorations and occasions worthy of a celebration, and the latest one was the 200th anniversary […]

A very virtual Victory in Europe Day

I don’t know about you but I’m trying my best to survive this lockdown and embrace the new normal. While many important changes and events have happened in the first part of this year alone, one event we can’t […]