Day: March 26, 2013

The Mousetrap

THE MOUSETRAP 60TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR Theatre Royal Brighton, 15 – 20 April Evenings 7.45pm Matinees Wed, Thurs, Sat 2.30pm I should be interested in how many young people in the UK know what a mousetrap is and how many are able to work out the meaning of the […]

Piano Lessons

I used to have piano lessons when I was young and did not enjoy them much. I remember my teacher treated the lessons as a chore, with the result that so did I, and I soon gave them up. Now that I am old, I have taken up […]

Poetry Please

The fifth round of the Clore Poetry and Literature Awards is now open to applications from schools, community groups, and not-for-profit organisations to help provide poetry and literature initiatives for children and young people across the UK. The closing date is 1 May 2013. Recent reports suggest that […]

Investment Trusts

They may be unfashionable to some, but I have long been a supporter of Investment Trusts. Despite their name they are not written under a trust deed, as Unit Trusts are. They are, in fact, Public Limited Companies, listed on the London Stock Exchange, for the purpose of […]

Out and About

Jim Gowans, WHCA’s rep on the Conservation Advisory Group, assesses local developments… 31-33 BATH STREET (PROPOSED 5NO HOUSES AND 3NO LIVE-WORK UNITS) The developers have asked for the condition which prevents demolition during the bird nesting season to be relaxed so that demolition can take place up to […]