Monthly Archives: June 2017
Last month I tweeted out a poll to see if people on twitter think that there are enough facilities for mental health sufferers. Though the poll didn’t apply to a specific area, it did conclude that 93% of those who completed the poll thought that there were not enough facilities. Do you think there are […]
So on my 19 things to do before I turn 19, I aimed to travel to three places outside Manchester. So far it has been Liverpool and Leeds. They have both been absolutely brilliant and here are some photographs of my favourite memories from travelling to both.
Spring Reign – A story from the Syrian Conflict: “Spring Reign” follows Aisha and Salah, two Syrians who have given refuge to two unexpected Westerners during the war. The play connects photographers, journalists and ordinary people to the Syrian crisis and aims to provide a platform to promote discussion and understanding. It has successfully used […]
Hi all, I know I’ve not updated my blog recently, with Ramadan I’ve been very busy and unable to post as much as I’ve wanted to. However, I booked tickets to watch a play tonight and actually I’m really excited. The play, Spring Reign, directed by Benedict Power and scripted by award winning writer Rob […]