Have you ever wished that everyone else was more like you? Well, Noah Scape sure does, and he’s not afraid to tell you why it would work out for the best. In fact, he’s dropped into our blog to tell you just that. Welcome, Noah!
Today marks and celebrates the centenary of the first wave of women in the UK being given the right to vote. After years of toil, violence, campaigning, and protesting on 6th February 1918 the women of Britain were offered their first real glimmer of equality. And they’ve continued to fight for better ever since.
Today on the blog, one of our favourite charity partners, Give a Book, tells us all about their brilliant project, Books in the Nick, and how it helps detainees grow a love of reading. Welcome, guys!
This year to mark Dyslexia Awareness Week Scotland, we caught up with Cathy Magee, Chief Executive of Dyslexia Scotland, to find out everything about Dyslexia Unwrapped a new and exciting online platform for children and young people. The platform goes live tonight (Thursday 9th November) with a big focus on the theme of the week […]
Best-selling author and all around Barrington Stoke pal Jonathan Meres takes a stroll down memory lane and recounts the beginning of our beautiful friendship.