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Cake & Crafts – ‘Making Christmas'

from Art Playground

I have recently set up Art Playground in Cheltenham. We're a social enterprise creating interactive arts projects and places.


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Mentor to Entrepreneurs, Mark Sephton, Talks About His New Book ‘Inside Job'

from Ruth Jacobs - Writer and Campaigner

Twitter: @RuthFJacobs

Author and human rights campaigner, Ruth Jacobs, interviews writers, musicians, artists and filmmakers as well as fellow human rights activists, advocates and survivors of sexual exploitation and...


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A busy week...

from Pencils and Prams

A blog about motherhood, life as an army wife, my (very part time atm) work as an artist and general musings on life.


Diary of an Alt-Pop Mother

Belle; let it ring.

from Diary of an Alt-Pop Mother

The unglamorous truth, uncool antics and soul searching of 'a mother in an alternative pop band'.


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Save the Spotted Cow's Head

from Lucy Lines

Twitter: @sparkeyluce

A Mum keen on her family and wider societal issues


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breakfast

from Odessa Says Abracadabra

This is a photo journal, bursting with brilliant images captured by a photographer who's mum to a three-year-old daughter Odessa.


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Could do Better

from Do you commute?

A new cartoon a week, a mildly satirical look at modern suburban life, featuring the occasional middle class parent and child.


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Travellers and Writers: The True Outsiders

from My Coffee with Connie

Twitter: @teawithconnie

I blog about living in Singapore with my two daughters, Connie and India whilst trying to kickstart my career as a writer.


Beyond the Masquerade

Dumb Road Signs

from Beyond the Masquerade

Twitter: @Jsmasquerade

The girl behind the mask and the world through her eyes! Photography, Dreams, Poetry, Autism and Special Needs etc.


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bisociations: There is a window for me, when I take my medication. There is a...

from Raised On a Diet of Broken Biscuits

Twitter: @rey_z

A wry look at popular culture with a healthy dose of feminism.