One team from the North West office of Hays, the other from Yorkshire took to the football pitch of the Etihad Stadium in aid of The Brain Tumour Charity.
The UK has no parliament, however on the 7th of May, we will vote for another one and its likely to be a gruesome battle.
Ive actually seen several films since last year, however for several reasons which have been documented before, and will no doubt be done so again in my yearly review, this has been the first chance I have had to write a film review, and thanks to Paddington, its a positive one.
This years birthday present from my parents was up there with the best, quite literally as it took me up, up, and away!
Two years ago, the city of Liverpool was taken over by three Giants, and a story of the Titanic told. This year, they returned, and with grandma, the little girl, and dog, telling a story of WWI.
Today I did something I had never done before, and that was swim in open water. Naturally I did it for charity, however the experience was fantastic, with water being a lovely 20.5°C. Here is a little post to document the morning in the open water.
2 years since a holiday, and over 8 since I had been to Israel, this summer reset those clocks back to 0 as I took a well earned break to Israel for a week.
Unlike the runs which I signed up to, I’m actually going to partake in the swim, therefore, yes, it means that I am fundraising. Please do donate whatever you can, I really do appreciate your donation, no value is too small.
Considering I had never heard of it until around 11 o’clock this morning, spending my afternoon in the City Centre watching this celebration of the City of Manchester, was a great way to spend a few hours.
Its a sport some people love, and some people hate. Every four years those who love it get treated to the World Cup, those who do not, write blog posts like this…