My family motto is Facta Non Verba (Deeds Not Words), a textbook Victorian pun on our family name!
I like to live up to my motto. However, I am also moved, from time to time, to reflect and to write.
Some of my words are posted here. Enjoy and feel free to comment.
It became clear during the St Laurence Ethics Forum that strong values and good leadership were fundamental to the ethical delivery of education and the maintenance of integrity and ethical standards.
Its the faces in Millie McCallum’s animal paintings that I really love…
Celebrate Yorkshire’s individuality and independence, its cheerfulness and wry humour and its generosity.
The Glory of the Garden this weekend of our ‘open gardens’ was all down to Clang
I thoroughly recommend this book. For people such as myself, trying to find a way through the puzzle of life, death and faith, this book is a huge help and a fascinating read.
The story that Harris tells of Lourdes will do much to deepen our faith and understanding of why we are drawn back time and time again to this miracle.