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When I was a kid I was obsessed with my imagined vision of “life in the future” - which centered largely around the year 2015, writes Ellen Widdup.
This week it was my son’s first birthday, writes Ellen Widdup.
When I was a kid, my dad would put on his own mini firework display for us every Bonfire Night, writes Ellen Widdup.
Fight or flight is fascinating, writes Ellen Widdup.
We’ve all heard of love at first sight, writes Ellen Widdup.
How Leanne and Tracy went back to the Roaring Twenties, with the help of their friends
“My philosophy is that we are all still kids at heart, only older. It is important to stay curious about new things and have fun! We don’t stop laughing when we die; we die when we stop laughing!” says Dr. Hilary Jones.
It was a first, writes Lynne Mortimer. Daughter Ruth, recently married, invited me to have lunch with her at the council offices where she works.
Why do men fill their pockets with their finds asks grandmother Lynne Mortimer this week - even grandson George is at it.
And the big news this week? asks Lynne Mortimer. Hang on to your hats for this one... my husband is growing a beard in order to play, perhaps, the most iconic bearded role of all.
Superdad Will Lodge asks how protective is over-protective?
Superdad Will Lodge looks at being apart and bedding down.
Superdad Will Lodge imagines what it is like inside a child’s mind.
No-one would argue that 2016 has been anything other than a strange year. A very strange year, writes Sheena Grant.
A surprising news report hit the headlines this week, writes Sheena Grant.
It was a moment of terror and daring that had taken me weeks to summon the courage to attempt, writes Sheena Grant.
When the calendar rolls round to November 5, I always let out a big sigh of relief followed, almost instantly, by a sharp, panicked, intake of breath, writes Sheena Grant.
Bury St Edmunds
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