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A century of the Great War

It’s hard to believe that this year marks a century since the end of the First World War. That’s one hundred years since peace was declared on the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month.

It’s a […]

Patrolling pavements near you…

As a Town Crier, I often find the streets to be my office. My beat these days varies from our fair old City of Gloucester to many parts of our fine capital, the City of London. I’m therefore extremely […]

Gloucester Retro Festival

This bank holiday weekend Gloucester will open its pedestrian gates for the annual Retro Festival. Each street will be adorned with classic pieces from bygone eras, so roll up, roll up, if vintage is your latest fad, there’s some […]

Letchworth Vintage Festival

You might not know it, but I am a man of many eras. I imagine it’s down to my ability to don a variety of outfits and become any number of characters from my plethora of personalities. So, when […]

Gloucester Carnival

I always look forward to summer every year. No matter what the weather is like, there’s one thing that’s guaranteed to put a smile on my face – Gloucester Carnival. As sausage goes with mash, and fish goes with […]

A century of the Royal Armed Forces

This is a magnificent year for commemorating important anniversaries, and what could be more important to celebrate than one hundred years of the RAF?

On home turf I was marshalling the commemorative parade around our fine city of Gloucester, but […]

Behind the scenes at The Russian Ball

You may remember I stated mere months ago, on this very blog, that I would be attending the annual Russian Summer Ball this year. Well, I did, and now I can give you all the behind the scenes gossip […]

WSP Art in the City 2018

This year I shall be throwing my all into WSP Art in the City. Part of the Gloucester Festival, this ingenious initiative celebrates creativity inspired by Gloucester’s history and heritage.

There will be a live outdoor painting competition, alongside free […]

Taking the Beeb to the Bartons

You may have heard of the Grand Tour, perhaps you’ve cruised down Route 66, but coming to a radio station near you this summer is… Barton to Barton: my road tour of the Bartons!

Yes, me and Mark Cummings, from […]

Independent Retailers’ Day

You know me, I’m a big fan of the ol’ high street. ‘Use them or lose them’ I say, especially in response to these know-it-all online shoppers. So, if there’s one day of the year I’m a big advocate […]