At University I carved out a role as a fashion columnist for an online student magazine, Owl Eyes Magazine. I would go on to become the 'Informer' Editor for the publication. Since then I have written for various regional and national publications including The Gloucestershire Echo (Gloucestershirelive.com), The Culture Trip and Scottish Women.
I am currently a postgraduate journalism student at City University.
“As if from heaven itself, great curtains of delicate light hung and trembled.” Phillip Pullman
The inside track on Scotland’s most famous trail, The West Highland Way.
Who needs long-haul flights when you can island hop round some of the world’s most scenic destinations – without leaving Scotland’s shores.
Cultivating rare breeds of farm animals is something that has hovered on the fringe of traditional farming for decades. Rare breed expert Tom Beeston jokes "if you want to be a poor farmer buy some rare breeds", but behind this lies a debate over the value of preserving these rare animals.
So you think you know Rudimental? Before the drum and bass band smash it out of the park at Westonbirt Arboretum on Thursday, June 16, it's time to get the true skinny on the latest performer in the Forest Live series. . . . 1.The group all proudly hail from Hackney, East London.
Simon Pizzey Dreaming of the chance to win a record deal and make your passion your job? Four musicians and singers from Cheltenham have been given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity as they've been scouted for top talent show The Voice. The Cotswold Inn, in Portland Street, has long been the home of live music with regular open mic nights.
One of Britain's funniest comedians will be brought back to the stage at The Roses Theatre in Tewkesbury this week. Tommy Cooper was a unique performer, drawing smiles from the nation with his trademark fez, flustered face and endearing charm.
In the 1950s, four New Jersey boys from the wrong side of the tracks were fast-tracked into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame. Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons created a unique sound that inspired a host of number ones, a Broadway musical and film.
Barry Batchelor/PA Wire This weekend is set to be a busy one at Westonbirt Arboretum with Rudimental, Kaiser Chiefs, UB40 and Tom Jones taking to the Forest Live stage. Unfortunately, with weather warnings in place there is a threat of rain hanging over the weekend.