Man who woke up paralysed fulfils lifelong Everest dream

A WELSHMAN who went to bed and woke up paralysed from the waist down has become one of a few disabled adventurers to climb Mount Everest on crutches. Jamie McAnsh, who turned 41 during the challenge, has spoken of his ‘immense sense of pride and emotion’ after achieving his childhood dream of reaching Mount Everest’s…

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WORLD BOOK DAY

Word Book Day

A book of hope for uncertain times. TODAY marks the 25th anniversary of World Book Day, held to celebrate reading for pleasure today and all-year round, which focuses on getting books into the hands of children. As a freelance journalist and an avid reader, it seemed appropriate, in light of the harrowing situation in Ukraine,…

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Accuracy or Acurracy ?

Matt Tebbutt story filled with mistakes.

Accuracy is so important in your messages, as is double checking before you post. Whether it’s your latest blog or a simple Facebook post, get your message right first time. By the time you’ve noticed your error, umpteen potential customers have already noticed your mistake. In this example, The Daily Mail managed to invent the…

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We all need an Octothorpe

What is that we’ve all seen on a keyboard, probably used at least one, can be found in different locations depending on where you live and we might called something different depending on it’s use? Of course we are talking about the Octothorpe. That little symbol that you look at and have to think –…

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