I used to work at the University of Liverpool as the Head of Business Systems, developing business intelligence and application solutions across all of the key areas of student, research, human resource, and finance. You can still see a video of one of the last projects I was involved in.  Sometimes I miss it, but mainly for all of the special people I worked with for over thirty years.

But then life took a different direction and I trained as a Lay Minister with the Church of England after three years of study at the Church of the Good Shepherd on the Wirral.

Then another turn and I now have the demanding but satisfying role of grandfather to four children.

Alongside all of those I have been an author and self-published a book of short stories from my time with the Ace of Scribes writer’s group.

Latest blogs

Foggy days and frosty days
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Foggy days and frosty days, sun hiding, sun presiding, sheep grazing, spiders freezing, misty vales before the web of winter descending, burning with delight;decorating the trees for the coming Christ.

Freedom!
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We have been following various YouTube ‘thoughts for the day’ during lockdown. One of these is Adrian Plass “Sounding the Shallows” but we have also been following some of the thoughts from Life Church Manchester who are working their way … Read More

Fleeting memories…
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I was reminded by Facebook of a nature challenge from four years ago, before we moved to Norfolk, to post a new photo each day for seven days. For me each one had a memory. Here’s one of the cabbage … Read More