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The access facilities at Glastonbury

Aug 16, 2016

Here’s the third installment of my Glastonbury blog. Apologies (again) for taking so long to write this; I’m currently on a working holiday in Thailand (more on that soon!) We met some won...

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Glastonbury – All the help you’ll ever need!

Jul 21, 2016

Apologies that the second installment of my Glastonbury series has taken so long. Unfortunately, weddings, a holiday, mild illness and life in general got in the way! As I mentioned previously, one of...

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The challenge of Glastonbury

Jul 08, 2016

Glastonbury Festival is something I’ve been meaning to blog about after each visit but I’ve never got round to it. The festival is such a great analogy for challenging your independence ...

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Volunteering: So much more than unpaid work

Jun 21, 2016

National Volunteers’ Week has been gaining in popularity earlier this month.

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Be a Game Changer: Me and the Women’s Sport Trust

Jun 07, 2016

A couple of months ago, I was asked to sit on a panel to shortlist a long list of contestants put forward for the Women’s Sport Trust’s #BeAGameChanger Awards...

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The Power of Diversity

Mar 01, 2016

Throughout my career as an athlete, I worked alongside hundreds of different people. Some disabled, some not. Some were “academically” intelligent with impressive university degrees, others had...

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An Eastern Adventure

Jan 26, 2016

Towards the end of last year, I was busy writing reports and evaluations for my various projects as well as preparing content for 2016. My Athlete Inspiration Programme in the Royal Borough of Greenwi...

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Out of the Starting Blocks

Nov 07, 2015

Last night I attended the annual Greenwich Starting Blocks (GSB) fundraising dinner at The O2 Arena; to raise money for this local charity, which helps promising athletes from the borough at the start...

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Why we all won the Rugby World Cup

Nov 06, 2015

I was fortunate enough to attend a few games at Twickenham for the England Rugby World Cup over the past few weeks, including the final last weekend. Rugby is my first love, so naturally I was hugely ...

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