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We live in extraordinary and uncertain times. A year ago none of us had any idea what was ahead and for those of us in the UK and much of the western world, it has felt like we have been in a perpetual lockdown! During...

When I was a teenager I attended a youth camp on Anglesey at Benllech Bay I learned an important lesson - to trust and obey. The adjacent bay was known as Red Wharf Bay and it became a massive expanse of sand when the tide...

Have you lost your identity? My heart goes out to all those who have lost jobs, careers, businesses and livelihoods during the pandemic. I can only imagine what that must feel like. Years of studying, working, practising, refining, investing - gone - through no fault of...

The name Stuart Bee might not mean anything to you at all.  He made the headlines towards the end of November last year when he took his motorboat along the Florida coast and went missing. Unfortunately his boat developed technical problems, filled up with water and capsized. After...

I love Christmas - it surely is the most wonderful time of the year! One of the many things I look forward to is singing carols and one of my favourites is “O come all ye faithful” with it’s rousing chorus that builds to a...

It’s Christmastime (in case you didn’t realise!) and in conversation last night Julia and I discovered that, in separate incidents on the same day this week, we had both given money to people begging on the streets. Now I have to say this is not...