The Play That Goes Wrong
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Left - A stupa reveals it's contents at Borobudur. Right - Vicky on her bike at Borobudur
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Wardrobe pruning Image to darwin Bell
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Breast cancer awareness ribbons and pens http://www.vandenberg.af.mil/shared/media/photodb/photos/071024-F-4081R-010a.jpg Author Airman 1st Class Ashley Reed
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Coughing and homeopathy
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(L) Ross M. Brown 'Pavillion (interior)' Oil, oil stick and spray; (middle) Geoff Diego Litherland 'Space Ship Earth (Window no.11) - Always Returning' ; (R) Merlin Ramos 'Is Tropical' Oil on Linen 100x100cm - 2014. Lacey Contemporary
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Newsletter 2014
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Coping With

Pocket Money Image credit to Ken Teegardin

Perplexing Pocket Money Muddles – Part One

Tamsin describes her children’s pocket money situation as at worst, hopeless, and at best as haphazard. So she has done a bit of research to find out the latest ideas on pocket money. In Part One, she shares her thoughts about why she feels she needs to get a grip on organising the children’s pocket money and two methods to help her out. Read more

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Well Being

Wear it Pink - look good do good

Breast Cancer Campaign

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and a worldwide campaign involving thousands of organisations together highlight the importance of breast awareness, education and research. Platform505 is proud to support Breast Cancer Campaign’s Wear It Pink Day, Friday October 24th 2014. Read more

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Hot Topics

Tesco supermarket store. Image credit to Stanmar

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

Stuart Skelton and Jonathan Summers in 'Otello' Opera performed by English National Opera at the Coliseum, London,Britain Image credit (c) ENO / Alastair Muir.

Otello At The ENO

No opera sets out the tragic destructive power of jealousy quite the way Verdi’s Otello does. From the frantic opening moments as the townsfolk will Otello’s ship safely home through the storm, to Otello’s raw anguish after Desdemona’s murder as he realises he has been tricked by Iago, this opera at the ENO certainly does not hold back. Read more

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Et Cetera

Musings and Mumblings A Taste of Freedom

Musings and Mumblings: A Taste of Freedom

Tamsin shares her musings and mumblings for this month and ponders over the question of how much freedom we should give our children. Talking of freedom, she heads to London for a fabulous catch up with a dear friend and finds time to go to The Dennis Hopper exhibition and sample the delights at Ladurée. Read more

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