VISIT YORK, THEY’RE MORE FRIENDLY UP NORTH | Sharon Henry
Once considered ‘boring’ the City of York today is anything but, thriving with pubs, tea rooms and restaurants to water and feed the millions entering its medieval walls for a spot of sightseeing. “It was
CHERYL WILLIAMS, 53, LONGWOOD | Sharon Henry
“That picture was taken 33 years ago, I was 20 then. In those days you had to go look for small wood for the next morning so you could get up and light the fire for tea or
SMALL BUSINESSES WORKING FROM HOME | Sharon Henry
“The shop started in the late 80’s,” recalls Amelia with a wistful look in her eye, “my Dad (Eric ‘Anderson’ Andrews,) used to work on the RMS, bringing grocery items from Cape Town and selling them from
PRESERVING THE TRADITIONAL COUNTRY SHOPS, Part 3 | Sharon Henry
“We opened this shop in 1974 so it has been going for over 42 years now,” says Audrey glancing at the blanket of rain falling just outside her Blue Hill Shop door.
SIMON HENRY, 45, TARGET RIFLE SHOOTER, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE | Sharon Henry
“I was nervous leading up to the Gotland 2017 International Island Games; preparation was intense. I had been one of the favourites in the Jersey 2015 Games to medal in the 3P Individual.
WHEN 60,000 PEOPLE LOST THEIR HOMES | Sharon Henry
“I think this is a very important museum,” Noor Ebraheim tells us, “especially for the children because they don’t know what happened – of what we went through during Apartheid years, so we have to tell the story.”
SPICING UP MY LIFE IN CAPE TOWN | Darrin Henry
A Cape Malay cooking experience in the colourful, central Cape Town district of Bo Kaap has truly caught me by surprise in that I am now inspired to cook. Properly, I should add.
THE BEST THING ABOUT CAPE TOWN IS | Sharon Henry
Cape Town is home to a diverse mix of 3.74 million people and together with the stunning scenery, amazing wildlife and remarkable history it oozes culture with plenty of attitude.
Strolling along the beach at Sea Point and manoeuvring through the bustle of Long Street
THE NIGHT WE SAW GEORGE’S BABY | Darrin Henry
Theatre in the Backyard was a performance drama like nothing I have ever seen before; energetic, emotional and at times a little uncomfortable to watch such was the realism.
The whole production uses an ordinary backyard in Nyanga
SPEAKING MY LANGUAGE IN TURKEY | Darrin Henry
When we travel people always ask if we speak other languages. Although the answer is “no, just English,” really, that’s not completely true.
Today on the streets of Istanbul, my international language of ‘football’ helped me out, yet again.