Carole Little

18 Jun 19
It's all Greek to me

Greek coffeeFilterNescafeCappucinoLatteFrappeFrappe with ice cream and caramel There’s no lack of coffee or cafe’s to try along Milina seafront. In fact there’s a really good choice with some dozen venues from which to choose. I’ve tried them all and I am still searching for a cup of coffee that is creamy and smooth. But wait, […]

18 Jun 19
The Heroine's Journey

What is the best thing that I love about my work? My job is like a game. It’s all about words and stories. I love that every story is different and has its own life after I deliver it: each one is the reflect of the person or the brand for whom I wrote it. […]

18 Jun 19
Little Miss Book Lover 87

Well what a week! How is it Tuesday again already? I have some really good recommendations included this week and to slightly mix it up; I’m including books and a top ten playlist. Reading Recommendations: 1. I Thought it Was You- Kirsty McManus This is a wonderful story, I absolutely adored reading this book. Kirsty […]

17 Jun 19
Arrowheads Abroad

In November last year I wrote a piece about the Chiefs’ biggest competition in the AFC towards the end of the 2018 season. Well a lot has changed since then and there are some new threats facing the Chiefs this time round. So who are they? Why are they a threat? And how worried should […]

17 Jun 19
Colleague stories

As part of Adult Learners Week, Funeral Arranger Carole Paton tells us how a new role and a Co-op Apprenticeship kick-started her second career.

17 Jun 19
booksbehindthetitle

BOOK BLURB Horizontal Collaboration” is a term used to describe the sexual and romantic relationships that some French women had with members of the occupying German forces during World War II. In this poignant, female-centered graphic novel created by writer/artist duo Carole Maurel and Mademoiselle Navie, the taboo of “sleeping with the enemy” is explored […]

17 Jun 19
Mahogany Memories

After saying our goodbyes the night before to our fellow sailors, we were up early and ready to set off for home.  In order to make the tides around Longships Lighthouse (A 19th century lighthouse about 1.25 mi off the coast of Land’s End) we needed to be on our way by 8.30am. First we […]

17 Jun 19
Politics and International Relations

    Find out more about studying Politics and International Relations at University at Leeds Beckett University’s 3rd Politics & International Relations Summer School. Programme* DAY 1 – Thursday 11 July 9:30 – 10:00am Registration   Welcome / introductions 10:00am Session 1 Political ideologies: Can Environmentalism become the dominant 21st century ideology? (Dr Paul Wetherly) […]

17 Jun 19
The High Window

***** Peter Bennet: Mischief •  Keith Hutson: Baldwin’s Catholic Geese • Esther Morgan: The Wound Register • Helen Dunmore: Counting Backwards, Poems 1975-2017 • Szilard Borbély: Final Matters • Myra Schneider: Lifting the Sky • Jamie McKendrick: Anomaly • Konstandinos Mahoney:Tutti FruttiTutti • Kate B Hall: The Story Is • Valerie Lynch: So the Sky […]

17 Jun 19
Jill's Book Cafe

Northwich Lit Fest is now in it’s eighth year and is the brainchild of author and organiser Susie Osborne. It’s a celebration of literature and the written/spoken word and takes place in, and closely around Northwich in June each year. Unfortunately we go on holiday in June each year so I invariably miss most of […]

17 Jun 19
Archy news nety

Prince William and Kate Middleton have been together for a long time, so it's easy to forget that they met when they were still teenagers. They were really through the thick and thin together, from navigating the difficult waters of life to the eyes of the public to welcome three children in the world. The […]

17 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

Prince William and Kate Middleton have been together for a long time, so it's easy to forget that they met when they were still teenagers. They were really through the thick and thin together, from navigating the difficult waters of life to the eyes of the public to welcome three children in the world. The […]

16 Jun 19
mynationalparksproject

One of the first things the promotional literature tells you before you go to Yosemite National Park is you should take advantage of the park shuttle bus. That’s exactly what we did on day two of our excellent adventure in this awe inspiring national park. The shuttle is a great way to get around. It […]