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SY­BILLA HART

Ev­ery year I nearly book a sum­mer hol­i­day, but then find some rea­son not to. I usu­ally tell my­self just as I am about to pay the hol­i­day bal­ance that the cur­tains in some room or other re­ally do need re­plac­ing.

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DAVID WHITE­LEY

Just around the corner, is Bot­tle Beach. It’s next to an old land­fill site and there it all was, the glass and bot­tles, some prob­a­bly Vic­to­rian, that give the beach its name.

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AN­DREW FALLAN

Shar­ing their fam­ily group with the bad­ger, ot­ter, Amer­i­can mink, pine marten and pole­cat, stoats and weasels are among our most fa­mil­iar yet sel­dom­seen and least loved wild an­i­mals.

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LIZ LEATHERDALE

Jess Gil­lam was just 17 when she be­came the first sax­o­phon­ist to win the Wood­wind sec­tion of the BBC Young Mu­si­cian of the Year in 2016. This month she makes her de­but at Saf­fron Hall.

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BISHOP STEPHEN

The no­tion of vo­ca­tion has be­come less fash­ion­able in re­cent years. Peo­ple tend to choose ca­reers for what they can get out of the job rather than what the job can put into so­ci­ety.

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