Remembrance Sunday has always been an important day in the Julian family calendar. For as long as I can remember Dad was involved with the Devon Army Cadet Force, most of the year this meant regular panics on a Monday and Thursday evening as Dad hunted high and low for the twisties, part of his … More Lest we forget
A former Torbay magistrate once described a ‘man of the people’ by a court colleague has died aged 94. Bert Langmead, a retired manager with the Post Office, joined the bench in 1962 and served on it for 26 years. During his last nine years on the bench until he stood down in 1988, Mr Langmead … More Former magistrate was ‘man of people’
Albert William Langmead, JP Died Sunday 8 July 2012 at Torbay Hospital aged 94 years. Devoted husband for 71 years. A loving father, grandfather and great-grandfather. A true Torquay gentleman who will be sadly missed by all who loved and knew him.
Earlier on this evening I blogged about my fitbit, my favourite latest toy. There’s been quite a lot of chat in my twitterstream this weekend about being healthy and exercising, not sure whether it’s the cold dry weather, just that time of year, the promise of Spring, the hopeful shedding of our winter layer of extra blubber … More Here we go again
Not your average Friday today… At lunch time I jumped in my car and headed over to Torquay, Torre Abbey to be precise, to meet a lady with a sofa! Not your average sofa either: As you can see the sofa is advertising the Interrogate Festival which is taking place at Dartington in a fortnight. I … More Talking with sofas for #Interrogate2011