Monthly Archives: March 2007

Wheels on wheels

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To Charing Cross Road tonight after an afternoon at ENB in search of an M-Audio 24/96 Microtrack, which is definitely my next toy important acquisition. Sound gear enthusiasts will probably know exactly which shop I mean when I said it … Continue reading Continue reading

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Old friends at the Phyllis Bedells Bursary 2007

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It’s been a weekend of coincidences and spooky connectedness. The coincidence is that I spent all day Saturday with Dan as he cheered me on in the Swimathon and helped me celebrate afterwards, and Sunday playing for Rachael Hunt’s class … Continue reading Continue reading

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Swimathon (part II – the finishing line!)

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I feel fantastic – I finished the Swimathon in 1h 50 mins, 25 minutes faster than last time in 1992. Tooting’s also a 33m pool, whereas Brixton, where I did it in 1992, is 25m: it’s a big difference, because … Continue reading Continue reading

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Swimathon day

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10.18 a.m. Two hours before I leave for the pool on Swimathon day, and I’m feeling like a caged lion – I can’t wait to get in the water and get swimming, even though I’m by no means in peak … Continue reading

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Sponsor my Swimathon – one day to go!

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Thanks to all those who’ve donated most generously to my Swimathon challenge which takes place tomorrow – but I still need nearly another £200 to meet my target amount of £500, so please give generously if you haven’t already. You … Continue reading

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Greetings from Sunny Bormf

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To my hometown Bournemouth (pronounced Bormf if you’re a local, as I am) on Sunday with Chris Hampson to see the last performance (this year) of the Raymond Gubbay Strauss Gala, which he choreographs. It’s a really fun show, and … Continue reading Continue reading

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