NEWS FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

from-the-horses-mouthHello. The magazine is doing well but is always on the lookout for new original material – the beauty of the mag is that anyone can write in it as long as it is not racist or offensive. At the moment, I am promoting a short story competition with cash prizes and you can enter by sending your story of up to 2,500 words to deancharltonmag.com. It will be officially advertised in my August mag at: http://www.deancharltonmag.com

At the moment, I have a Nevisian lady staying with me and I intend to interview her about her perceptions of England and of a developed country. Her first impressions are very positive but she finds our hot weather cool and sometimes chilly!

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MORE FUN STARS FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

from-the-horses-mouthNOT VERY SERIOUS STARS

Scorpio 24 Oct – 22 Nov

If you’re single, a marriage proposal may be heading your way. If you’re married, your marriage is about to enter a purple patch which you will enjoy immensely on a physical level.

Sagittarius 23 Nov – 21 Dec

This month the artistic side of your personality will come to the fore which will attract a whole new crowd of friends. A man with a briefcase will be the bearer of good news.

Capricorn 22 Dec – 20 Jan

Someone you love may take up a dangerous sport but remember it is their decision and worrying about it is a waste of time and energy. Think about changing your partner if you are bored of them.

Aquarius 21 Jan – 19 Feb

July promises to be a good month for you so it might be worth buying a lottery ticket as the planets are all in your favour. Someone who is close to you may do something which leaves you gobsmacked.

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NEW EDITION OF FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH OUT THE FIRST OF JULY

from-the-horses-mouthTo view the latest edition of the free monthly world magazine and to subscribe for free please go to: http://www.deancharltonmag.com

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LETTERS PAGE FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

 

Dean 1Dear Editor

When I am driving my bus in England I constantly feel frustrated when I am stuck behind cyclists weaving about in the road. While I think it is good people are getting exercise, I think cyclists are becoming a nuisance to motorists who are obviously terrified of harming them. Why don’t we tax cyclists and use the money to build more cycling lanes so that everyone is safer?

Disgruntled bus driver, Halifax.

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INTERVIEW WITH A PROFESSIONAL TENNIS COACH FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

INTERVIEW WITH PETER METCALFE

peter metcalfe 001 (2)I understand you’re a professional tennis coach – what does this entail? The first thing is obviously teaching people how to play tennis from the beginning, how to hold a racket, how to swing the racket, where to stand on the court and the rules of the game. But also it entails running a club, organising tournaments, giving advice on rackets, maybe organising a league in that area and everything else that is involved in running a tennis club.

Do you work at Todmorden Tennis Club? Yes with the ladies and the juniors.

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March Edition of From The Horse’s Mouth

from-the-horses-mouthHello. The new edition of my free world magazine is published  on Friday and I hope you can find time to view it and subscribe for free at http://www.deancharltonmag.com. The March edition contains: an interview with a midwife, an article about alcohol, a recipe, a christianity article, an interview with a professional tennis coach, serious and non-serious astrology, a letters page, articles on meditation and hypnotherapy and an article about shamanism.

Food From The Horse’s Mouth

ALISON JONES THE FOOD LADY…

003Hi there, I’m Alison. I have the lovely job of being a Community Food Inspirer in

Todmorden, England.

 

I have to inspire people to grow, buy or cook with their local or home grown food.

I grew up working on the outdoor market, and I have always loved the amazing quality and choice that markets offer.

I learnt to cook at a young age with my amazing mum because I brought all sorts of leftovers home at the end of the market day and we cooked from what we had.

If you buy what’s fresh, abundant and cheap you start to connect back to our seasonal food.

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