Tag Archives: policing

Making a difference

I have written many times of my respect for the emergency services and the people who may have to put themselves into the face of danger on a daily basis. It is not something I could do and I am … Continue reading

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The importance of trust

I woke this morning to a news story about Age UK and while I don’t know enough about that issue to discuss it there were some significant things it highlighted. The crux of the matter was about a loss of … Continue reading

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How friendships are forged

A good friend of mine got me thinking yesterday about what makes friendship and how we make┬áthose connections with other people. For many of us there are lots of acquaintances we have or people we know but only a few … Continue reading

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Stepping into different shoes

It has been a tough week at work. Unfortunately due to a variety of circumstances beyond our control we ended up being extremely short staffed. So much so that it led to me going back to my roots and working … Continue reading

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Stressful profession?

I couldn’t resist blogging about a survey that has been put together by job search site CareerCast ranking the most stressful professions. They looked at 200 professions against a range of criteria including deadlines, scrutiny, risk to life and interactions … Continue reading

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Women of influence

I have been surrounded by powerful, strong and determined women all my life Continue reading

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Christmas spirit

No-one in Greater Manchester could have expected to have seen the roads, homes and fields flooded and underwater on Boxing Day. They were scenes that happen in other parts of the country. So the past 36 hours have been shocking … Continue reading

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