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Bunk? Actually it’s a grand idea

My old school, Bryanston in Dorset, runs days when old lags like me can meet young bucks with bright ideas. A couple of years ago I went to a presentation by a firm called Bunk – whose founders , fresh … Continue reading

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I wonder about schools rugby.

As I wondered around my old school – Bryanston – I felt nostalgia for the late 70s (when I was a pupil), wonder for the educational business I was being shown and fright at the conclusions I was drawing with … Continue reading

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Banahan, Burgess and a Bath night out!

  Most of this winter has been spent watching Yeovil Town lose, with the prospect of a home cup tie against Man Utd looming, I’ll be traipsing down to the Huish on Tuesday night to will them to a rare … Continue reading

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My mother and father

I wish I had written  every decade of my life, 500 words on how I felt about my Mum and Dad. I could chart my relationship from utter dependency, through a growing appreciation to full or partial dependency on me. … Continue reading

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There have been a few times in my life that I have felt completely happy, the birth of my son, winning a scholarship to Bryanston and a telephone call received yesterday evening are three that spring to mind. Moments when your sense of self-worth is captured completely in the realisation that something wonderful has happened. Continue reading

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