Rainbow Ribbon Ride

Planning a venture of this sort doesn’t come with a simple set of instructions.  There is no textbook manual to refer to.  It’s a journey of endurance conjured from my imagination, not a race by any means, but a mission and when we complete the pilgrimage, we won’t be presented with a tidy little ribbon […]

Riding for the Disabled Association

As part of my community work as an artist, in the past, I have worked with prison inmates and with groups of young people from challenging backgrounds.  I quickly realised the therapeutic benefits that creating art can bring, particularly for people from these disadvantaged groups.  I believe the same benefits can be gained from working […]

Charity Begins at Home

Georgina was 12 when she was diagnosed with having Type 1 diabetes.  This news is a life sentence that is difficult to bear at any age but at the time when Georgie was about to enter the often bewildering period of puberty, it seemed like a particularly cruel blow.  As a mother, I would have given […]