It’s a cold, grey Thursday morning in Minsk. I’m standing in the snow with five Jewish families from Finchley, in an open area between apartment blocks close to the city […]
Here is the text of the eulogy I delivered yesterday at Mathew’s funeral. I can’t believe he’s gone. MY MATE MATHEW – AN APPRECIATION ST NICHOLAS CHURCH, ALCESTER 28 APRIL […]
I set off for my early morning perambulation with a heavy heart yesterday, melancholia having descended in the first seconds of stirring from a restless sleep. Mat’s funeral is on […]
Today was Heritage Day in the Worcestershire village where my family has lived for the last 25 years. Amongst the ephemera on display and the general memorabilia, maps, faded photographs, […]
The landscape I’ve been exploring every day for twelve months now.