Social distancing and isolation: Why not take some time to tackle your DIY with a little help from scuseme SOS So, we all find ourselves socially isolated. What to do? Many of you will have dependents to look after – elderly parents and/or perhaps children to home school. My 80-year-old dad recently had major heart […]
Mobile services …. a lifesaver Making an appointments is sometimes difficult, so the convenience of reliable mobile services can be a lifesaver. You may be just too busy, work unsociable hours, are elderly, a commuter or a frequent traveller. Perhaps you prefer the privacy of your own home for a particular treatment or may simply […]
Nine Lives Saved: Be a Hero Diane Denton is my sister, and a liver transplant recipient. I couldn’t be more proud of her. After her terrifying ordeal she is making a fantastic recovery. Dane is now passionate about raising the importance of organ donation. Her experience opened our eyes to many things, but significantly the […]
Dog walks in Cambridge you’ll love As regular readers of my blogs may know, I have two dogs: Sugar, a 13-year-old Jack Russell-Golden Retriever cross (yes, I know, the mind boggles but she’s gorgeous) and Roscoe, my three-year-old Springerdor. They get me out every day for their much loved dog walks in Cambridge that does me […]
Where to get your haggis in Cambridge Independent butchers serving up haggis Celebrate Burns Night on the 25th January Whether you are looking for a traditional haggis, a vegetarian option or something a little bit different, any of these independent butchers in Cambridge can help. So, enjoy the address to the haggis, the toast to […]
Can we fix it? No we can’t. Or at least not any more. In this day and age Bob would be hard pushed to match his moniker. Once things were built to last or came with instructions and parts, so that repairs were easy. My dad would stalk the house with a screw driver or […]
Why I meet my tradespeople in person Deciding what to write my blog about depends on many things. Most of my ideas are, of course, based on the services we provide and the people I meet. Sometimes however ideas pop up because of things I have been doing during the week. This week I spent […]
Sing your heart out this Christmas Cambridge does not disappoint when it comes to carol concerts and services in and around the city. Furthermore our calendar of carols showcases strength of community, bringing together schools and promoting charities and inclusion. Without doubt, there is something for everyone and the spirit of Christmas is clear.