Adjusting to the New Normal

Adjusting to the New Normal

It was Monday 16th March that I last went to work. I cancelled the two knitting groups I had scheduled for Tuesday in Aigburth and, following the Government’s announcement that non-essential social activities should be cancelled, we made the decision to close the kids...
February 2020

February 2020

February was all about launching Mossley Hill Matters. This is really important to me because I want to know what residents think. In the run up to the first meeting I started engaging in conversations on NextDoor and Facebook – in fact it was largely the...
Car free…

Car free…

Following my Car Free Day a couple of weeks ago, I’ve become quite a convert to public transport. Sure it takes longer, but that doesn’t have to feel like a waste of time. Of course, if you’re on the train during rush hour and it’s standing...
Car Free Day

Car Free Day

I didn’t need a car when I lived in London, with tubes running every couple of minutes, regular buses, trams and rail, getting around is an easy task. But since I moved back home, the only time I use public transport is when my car is at the garage for its MOT....
Mossley Hill Matters: Parking & Traffic

Mossley Hill Matters: Parking & Traffic

The first Mossley Hill Matters Event took place on Monday 3rd February 2020 at Mossley Hill Athletics Club, located right in the middle of a parking issue hotspot, which was quite fitting given that the subject on debate was parking and traffic issues. Why Mossley...
January 2020

January 2020

January was off to a flying start with the introduction of my Knit & Natter group at Coopers Coffee Shop. The first session was on 6th Jan, and there was just me and Angela – Elizabeth’s mum who came along to support me and got roped in to coming every...