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Newsletter 2014
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Well Being

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Life After Breast Cancer – Louise’s Story

Louise was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010, and spent one long year undergoing treatment in the form of a mastectomy and breast reconstruction, chemo and radio therapy. Fast forward to 2014, and she is happy, healthy and fighting fit. Knowing Louise and the way she has dealt with her illness, I felt that people could benefit from her story Read more

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Supermarket Sweep

How the mighty have fallen. Not so long ago, Tesco was bestriding the world like a mighty colossus, flinging new supermarkets as far afield as the US, whilst simultaneously mounting lengthy sieges on small towns up and down the length of the UK wherever it spotted an ideal location for a Tesco Express. Read more

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Off Duty

Sigmar Polke, Girlfriends (Freundinnen) 1965/66  © 2013 Estate of Sigmar Polke / ARS, New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Alibis: Sigmar Polke At Tate Modern

The Tate Modern devotes a sprawling solo show to the infant terrible, Sigmar Polke, of the post war German pantheon. Sue sets off to see an encyclopaedic homage to the artist who is the least easy to pin down or categorise amongst his peers. Polke exercised his maverick instincts and restless intellectual curiosity on mixed media experiments with subject, style and format. Read more

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