Requiem For A Wren By Nevil Shute | Changing Pages
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Requiem For A Wren By Nevil Shute | Changing Pages

Back home and searching through her belongings he comes across some revelations about her true identity, the connections she has with his family and the desperate implications of this. Continue reading

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3 Half Marathons In 4 months. What I Learned. | Changing Pages
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3 Half Marathons In 4 months. What I Learned. | Changing Pages

I have been running for many years now, so many, that I think I can call myself a runner. I started big almost 10 years ago when I went from running nothing more than 5km to running the London Marathon and have ran fairly consistently ever since. Continue reading

Art & Life At The William Morrris Gallery | Changing Pages
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Art & Life At The William Morrris Gallery | Changing Pages

Travel to the very Northern end of the Victoria line and you reach Walthomstow Central. Walk for a further 10 minutes or so past takeaways, nail bars and bakeries, until you reach the rather aptly named Ruby Road. Aptly named because at the end of it is a real gem, the rather beautiful William Morris Gallery. It is in complete contrast to everything around it, and the only clue you are getting close is the William Morris quote emblazoned across the side of a house at the end of Ruby Road. Continue reading

Your Guide To Getting the Most From A Weekend Mini Break | Changing Pages
Angela Vincent / Archives / Contributors / Pt. 9 / Travel, Life, & Aesthetics

Your Guide To Getting the Most From A Weekend Mini Break | Changing Pages

“Ever since I heard Renée Zellweger as Bridget Jones utter the phrase “Weekend Mini Break” I have adopted it as my own. I love a weekend mini break (WEMB), the opportunity to step out of normal life for a couple of days.” — Angela Vincent, Changing Pages Continue reading