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Into the wild
Today, I rode out into the glen. I really love being able to write that sentence. I think how soaringly lucky I am to be able to write that sentence. First of all, I am damn lucky to have a glen on my back doorstep. That is not something everyone has....
Book Reviews: 25 May
OUT NOW THE CHEMISTRY OF TEARS by Peter Carey (Faber and Faber, £17.99) When Matthew, Catherine Gehrig's lover of 13 years, unexpectedly dies, her world collapses. But her grief is all the more challenging as she must remain silent. Not only was...
What to do in 2015
25 ANNUAL CLASSICS Crufts 5 to 8 March The Aldeburgh Literary Festival 6 to 8 March Cheltenham Festival 10 to 13 March The Grand National 9 to 11 April Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race 11 April Royal Windsor Horse Show 13 to 17 May RHS Chelsea Flower...
Discover a sea of bluebells
East Blickling Estate, Norfolk Visit Blickling in spring and discover one of the best places to see bluebells in the country. Follow the winding paths through the Great Wood and pass through swathes of the dainty blue flowers. Late April to early May...
INTERVIEW: Frances Barber
Regular readers will know that I thought a great deal of Silk , With the new series starting tonight, I thought today might be a good day to have a chat with the formidable (and fun) Frances Barber , who plays formidable (and fun) new character...
The Daily: April 3
Brunel Bridge to become World Heritage site? The United Kingdom is currently the home of 28 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, ranging from Blenheim Palace to Stonehenge, Saltaire to the Giants Causeway and now the intent has been raised to add another. The...
The Daily: July 18
Nelson Mandela turns 95 in hospital Whilst Nelson Mandela spends his 95th birthday in hospital, in Pretoria, events are taking place around the world in his hounour. Mr Mandela, who is in critical but stable condition with a recurring lung infection,...
Get your holiday booked
Catch up on your classics A selection of big books everyone else has read One of the great pleasures of any summer holiday is finally having the time to read. But what happens if your last-minute panic buys prove a literary letdown? This year, protect...
Book Reviews: 22 February
OUT NOW THE MISINTERPRETATION OF TARA JUPP by Eva Rice (Heron Books, £16.99) Tara Jupp, an eccentric vicar’s daughter from Cornwall, is a horse-mad teenager soaking up life with a capital ‘L’, rather like motherless Cassandra Mortmain, heroine of the...
Amazing grace
It’s usually about four o’clock in the afternoon when I realise I have walked myself to a standstill. At this point, every year, I wonder whether I have the energy to make it home. A visit to Hampton Court Palace Flower Show requires stamina, but is so...
The Daily: July 7
Tour de France update Today, the peloton of the Tour de France begins a third leg from Cambridge to London. The cyclists will be passing notable Cambridge Colleges, such as St John's and Trinity. The tour will be arriving at The Mall after passing...
The Daily: August 5
Tower of Light Commemorates Beginning of World War One All lights went off last night in London, as we remembered the moment when former Prime Minister Herbert Asquith announced that Britain had joined the First World War on the 4 August 1914 at 11pm....
The What, Where, When: 12 December
WHAT: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: The Ballet. Follow Alice down the rabbit hole in Christopher Wheeldon's brilliantly imagined ballet with this live cinema relay direct from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London. WHERE: At cinemas...
What are you working on at the moment? I’ve just completed a script for BBC Radio and I’m preparing for a live stand-up of Just William and Just Jeeves. When are you at your happiest? When my wife Ros and I are having breakfast with our two...
Grease is STILL the word
Dust off your leather jacket and poodle skirt this Valentine’s Day as one of the great musicals, Grease, returns to the big screen (in sing-along form, just in case you’ve forgotten the words) at cinemas across the UK. When the motion picture – set at...
On the market… Rooms with a view
1 The Old Rectory, Rusper, West Sussex: £2,950,000 This Victorian country home, set in 34 acres, is believed to date from 1850. It has seven bedrooms, a one-bedroom cottage and equestrian facilities. Features include floor-toceiling windows and...
A View from the Bridge
The perennial hazard of being a theatre critic means that I am always being asked for recommendations. Admittedly, it’s infinitely preferable to the list of symptoms that my doctor friend gets daily. But it happened a couple of minutes ago and my reply...
Norfolk Know-How
The wool trade made medieval Norfolk the most prosperous and populous county in England, which allowed for the construction of more than 1,000 churches across the county and ensured that Norwich was the nation’s second largest city for 700 years....
OUT NOW Deeper than Indigo by Jenny Balfour Paul (Medina Publishing, £22.95; offer price, £21.95) Central to this outstanding book’s conception is the forgotten Victorian explorer and indigo planter Thomas Machell, and the remarkable effect his...
Most Wonderful Time of the Year
WHAT: Virgin Money Street of Light, Edinburgh (pictured above) WHERE: via the west of the city, from the George IV Bridge end of the Royal Mile, Edinburgh EH1 1AD WHEN: 30 November -24 December (performances are at 6.30pm and 8.15pm Monday - Saturday...

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Boarders Dormitory Master-Mistress
We are looking to appoint a Dormitory Mistress/Master for 5 nights per week, weekday evenings and nights only, term time. (35 weeks). [...]


Housekeeper to Headmaster
We have an opportunity for an experienced live-out housekeeper. You will provide a cleaning and hospitality service for the Headmaster and his guests and help to ensure the household runs efficiently. [...]


Full Time Housekeeper, Nanny
We are looking for a full time, live-out housekeeper/nanny. We are a relaxed young couple living in a large country house, and will have one newborn baby. [...]


Experienced Carer, Companion, Housekeeper needed
Our elderly mother needs a live in carer/companion on a part time basis. Must be warm hearted, calm & compassionate, with a good sense of humour. [...]


Cook, Housekeeper wanted
Good cooking skills required to cater for light meals for the Principal and a small staff, as well as occasional lunch/dinner parties. [...]




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