“2022 marks a confident energetic return for an event that facilitates the exchange of ideas, sharing of knowledge and a love of books. What a necessary event in current times.”
Mum, teacher and writer.
Carecircle: The Tech to Improve Health
“I’d like the app to become the go-to place for people’s health. ” – Jorinde Gessner
‘Unexpected Opportunities’ At The Frankfurt Book Festival
The largest book event in the publishing calendar, the Frankfurt Book Festival, reopened it’s doors this year, with Canada as guest of honour.
Applying for Proof of Vaccination In Scotland
Whether you plan to travel or not, it is likely proof of vaccine will become increasingly asked for as international travel opens up further.
One Year On. Remembering The Victims of the #Hanau Shooting.
On February 19th 2020, in a quiet German town called Hanau, a deadly shooting attack took place.
Louise’s Story: A Mixed Race Child Growing Up in the UK
“I grew up in a small town in Lincolnshire which was and still is predominantly White. I went to school in that town and was the only person in the school that was not White (and this includes all the staff at the school).”
June is Lipoedema Awareness Month
It’s 2019 and women still don’t receive help when they say they are in pain.
EU Elections: The View from Germany
“EU parliament campaign posts are still centred on lifestyle “Peace”“security” “cohesion” the slogans”
Cressida Bell and Nan Shepherd Come Together in Interior Hotel Design
Cressida Bell is a British designer specialising in textiles and interiors.
In an Orkney News exclusive she talks about her recent project for a Scottish Hotel: The Fife Arms
Spring Arrives on the Continent
“An elderly woman with white hair and a sweet plump face presses down heavily on her bike pedals. Puffing hard she cycles up the gently inclined road. Occasional flashes of white ankle socks appear under her grey wool skirt.”