Monthly Archives: November 2016

The Rising Pressure of School Places

A recent news report in July, highlighted the desperate need for school places in the coming years – as population increases, schools are under pressure to provide places for children, but also a good education. Britain is facing the worst … read more

Feeling sheepish!

As we approach Christmas it is likely that we will reminded on the Nativity and hear the Carol singers telling us of the shepherds who watched their flocks by night. The task of being a shepherd is probably one of … read more

Tourism on the island of Ibiza

Paradisiacal environments,  beaches  and coves, places of unparalleled beauty, alluring and seductive culinary delights or unlimited fun, especially in the silvery moonlight, are some of the wonders that presents the  island of Ibiza, the you want to know a little better? Then read on … read more

Light up your life

One of the biggest events on the calendar in Leicester is the festival of Diwali. The celebrations are among the largest outside India and this year Leicester attracted nearly 40,000 visitors to see the switch on of the lights on … read more

Scottish Renaissance

Glasgow of the 1980’s was seen as a dour, post-industrial place where violence and squalor was commonplace. However, 1990 changed all that. This was the year that the city was voted the European City of Culture, an honour which saw … read more