Books by Glenda Young

Saturday, May 31, 2014

Corrie Weekly Update - Rob with the lead piping on the cobbles

I've been writing Coronation Street weekly updates since 1995 and this week's Coronation Street update has just gone live here

This week on Corrie, Rob killed Tina with the lead piping on the cobbles.
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I'm on twitter @flaming_nora

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Corrie Weekly Update - as scary as an Arctic Roll

I've been writing Coronation Street weekly updates since 1995 and this week's Coronation Street update has just gone live here

This week on Corrie, Maria was as scary as an Artic Roll.
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I'm on twitter @flaming_nora

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Because cancer is a b*stard

I'm cycling 20 miles on Sunday May 18th in the Sunderland Big Bike Ride 2014.

In 2012's Sunderland Big Bike Ride, I cycled 14 miles for fun

In 2013's Sunderland Big Bike Ride,  I raised £184 for Cancer Research UK and I'd like to raise more funds for them this year too.

If you'd like to sponsor me, please do.


THANK YOU
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I'm on twitter @flaming_nora

May in the garden

Just a couple of weeks ago the garden was bright and shiny with tulips.

Now they've passed over, and the garden heads from brilliant spring to bright summer, there's a softer shape and style to the flowers.  It just keeps on getting better.

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I'm on twitter @flaming_nora

Corrie Weekly Update - you don't mess with Carla

I've been writing Coronation Street weekly updates since 1995 and this week's Coronation Street update has just gone live here

This week on Corrie, Carla wasn't best pleased.
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I'm on twitter @flaming_nora

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Corrie Weekly Update - brother from another mother

I've been writing Coronation Street weekly updates since 1995 and this week's Coronation Street update has just gone live here

This week on Corrie, Lloyd had a heart attack and a beard.
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I'm on twitter @flaming_nora

Monday, May 05, 2014

Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Hill House

To Glasgow, on a return visit this Bank Holiday weekend.  Last year we took the train to Glasgow for a day as we'd never been before.  We set out to view as much Charles Rennie Mackintosh artwork and architecture as we could fit into one day. 

You can read about that here
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This time we returned for a weekend, to take in a visit to Helensburgh which was a 50 minute train ride from Glasgow.  And what a treat it was.  Mackintosh designed a house for Walter Blackie, publisher, from 1902-1904 and the house is now open to the public as part of National Trust Scotland.

Sadly, taking photos wasn't allowed inside the building.  Take my word for it - it's stunning. It's beautiful.  It was worth the weekend trip to Glasgow to view it. 

Pictures of the outside of the house and gardens were allowed and you can view my pictures at flickr.
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I'm on twitter @flaming_nora

Sunday, May 04, 2014

Corrie Weekly Update - because a pie's a pie

I've been writing Coronation Street weekly updates since 1995 and this week's Coronation Street update has just gone live here

This week on Corrie, much was made of matching frocks and eating pies.
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I'm on twitter @flaming_nora
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