Tag Archives: Liz Scott

Finding your voice

I remember so clearly the day I first met Julian Marshall.  A mutual friend had invited a group out for a walk.  There were about a dozen of us  walking across Dartmoor near the Avon Damn, dipping in and out … Continue reading

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What is the Wild and Precious Project?

Following my passion The Wild and Precious project is a slow burn project. It was conceived around 18 months ago and in that time I have recorded 4 interviews (with another 3 in the pipe line). It has also been … Continue reading

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Liminal Spaces

Re-fueling your soul Every day we mix with dozens of people, some of whom inspire us and some who leave us feeling flat. I think it’s important to actively seek out people who re-fuel our souls. Ian Adams is one … Continue reading

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Life after brain injury

What’s really important in life? In 1993 Peter Buckingham sustained serious head injuries in a car crash.  Everything he had once taken for granted had to be re-learned. This included eating, talking and writing.  In essence he had to re-learn … Continue reading

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How well do you know people?

How well do you really know people?  In my experience I realise I don’t know people very well at all.  I may think I know them, but scratch the surface and it’s a different story. Take Ann Buckingham.  I have … Continue reading

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