Anna Hughes

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For the record

On August 16, 2019, Posted by , In Writing, With No Comments

It’s curious how and why people are misquoted. We read newspaper articles and make the reasonable assumption that the facts are there, and that the person quoted actually said what they say they said. I used to dismiss protests of ‘context’ as a wriggling out of saying something you wish…

The Tumble

On August 12, 2019, Posted by , In #GetOutside,BAM,Cycling, With No Comments

Just to the south of Abergavenny in south east Wales lies the Blorenge, a 561-metre peak that dominates the view from the town. There is a B road that crosses the mountain, the pass known as The Tumble, a climb of three miles and 347 metres with a steady gradient…