Web sites, Desk Top Publishing, Photography and Graphic Design.
Since retiring from a management career I’ve developed my skills on computers considerably and found a renewed interest in photography.
I’ve over the last twenty years of ‘retirement’ desk top published leaflets and newspapers for local councillors, created merchandise for Radio Caroline (run by volunteers these days) and edited and produced HORIZON a radio fan magazine for a decade, now sadly closed as print and postage becomes prohibitively expensive.
I’ve dabbled in designing web sites for friends… All worth a look, I think.
A very fine place to stay with hosts James & Angela Dethick if visiting Derbyshire’s very scenic Peak District National Park. The Suffolk sheep were much too interested in my when I ventured into their field for photographs.
Greece the way people remember it but much more accessible for guests visiting stunning Kefalonia.
Long time close friend Colin was Principal Photographer at the National Gallery and showcasing here his considerable skills in Fine Art and Landscape Photography. Now living in Norfolk he exhibits at his local Acle Gallery
The essence of landscape’ from artist Cath who has had successful joint exhibitions with Colin Harvey, Universities and many galleries. Now based in Wales.
Dinky Designs & other family interests locally…
Adam is busy with other web sites including one for his fiancee Lucy for her growing interest in crafts including crochet of just about everything you can imagine. Her Dinky Design web site here…
Adam is also working on a disabled traveller web site to cover all the trials and tribulations of seeing the world from a wheelchair. The Alternate Route Coming Soon.
My wife Trish is in a wonderful acapella ladies choir Aurora. They are always looking for new members - more on their web site
Manor Fields Association
Locally our son Adam produces a web site for The Manor Fields Association he helps with. It’s a lovely green space I was proud to help campaign to keep from the developers after the local County Council tried to dispose of it cheaply. Now a local trust preserving the trees and wildlife, lovely for walking the dogs. Web site here…