When I first read about the British Squash Open I had to double check that I had read it right, A squash court outside, in a football stadium, in England, with our weather? Surely that can’t be right, I was very intrigued and having previously travelled to London and Manchester to watch the Squash, Hull was just going to be another adventure.
The Squash Court at Low Wood Club
When I started working at Low Wood Leisure Club over 4 years ago, I’d never played squash or even seen it on television or read about it in the media. Things have changed since then. I now play 5 times a week with our members and even coach a few of the members who are in the same situation I was 4 years ago – never played the sport but just keen to learn. (more…)
I never tire of the view over Lake Windermere on my drive to work. Some mornings it’s the hushed ethereal quality of the light on the water that determines me to internally freeze frame the forget-me-not moment. At other times it’s the dark mystery and foreboding of the Langdale peaks which trespass a stormy, churned up lake that takes the frame.
What better setting for New York Times best selling author, Meg Waite Clayton, to pen The Wednesday Daughters, her eagerly anticipated sequel to The Wednesday Sisters, the story of five friends who, over the course of four decades, come to redefine what it means to be family. (more…)
Adam, at The Wild Boar, was first introduced to tennis when he was a small child growing up in the city of Ostrava in the Czech Republic. Tennis is a very popular sport in the country and him, his Dad and brothers had lots of choice when it came to choosing clay tennis courts in the area. (more…)