Posted in June 2012

The Work Of The Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice

I am promoting charities and good causes for free on my blog during June 2012. Here is an introduction to the work of the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice.   The Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice in Huddersfield supports children with life limiting conditions and their families. The charity began more than 12 years ago … Continue reading

The Work Of The Certain Curtain Theatre Company

Throughout June, I am offering free promotion to charities and good causes. Today, I share information from the Certain Curtain Theatre Company working on challenging issues including that of domestic violence. Certain Curtain Theatre Company An award-winning International Touring Company Unit 128, Oyston Mill Strand Road Preston Lancashire United Kingdom PR1 8UR 01772 731024 Email: … Continue reading

Divine Chocolate – A Review

Do you like chocolate?  Is that a really silly question? I was lucky enough to be sent some Divine Chocolate to review. It was a generously-sized bar of the dark chocolate with orange and ginger.  I loved the taste although it took me a few minutes to get used to the texture presumably orange or … Continue reading

Where Next For Groovy Mums and Me?

Last September, I was grossly overweight, fed up with my lot in life and hoping to find paid work. My instincts told me I would only change with the back-up of other women.  I decided to set up a blog hop and was so pleased when other mums came forward and said they wanted to … Continue reading

The Work Of St Hilda’s East Community Centre

This month, I am promoting charities and good causes for free on my blog. Today, I feature a guest post from St Hilda’s East Community Centre – Working for the Tower Hamlets community and beyond since 1889.     St. Hilda’s East is a multi-purpose community centre in the Bethnal Green/Shoreditch area of Tower Hamlets. … Continue reading

Life-Changing Journeys

I am looking back at the journeys where my life suddenly changed quite radically. 1. From Romford Road to Epping Forest I was born on the Romford Road but very quickly, my mother decided she did not want me in her life.  I was taken to a convent in Epping Forest.  So you could say … Continue reading