farmer James Read with his son Tom, a sheepdog and a ride-on toy carJames Read with his son Tom © Tim Scrivener
As we get on with our busy lives, we often forget what idyllic surroundings our kids are fortunate enough to grow up in. I had a Facebook reunion a couple of years ago with some of my old grammar school friends who had all, unlike me, gone to live and work in big cities such as London and Bristol and all have high-powered jobs. One of the topics of conversation was primary schools for their children. We discussed the dilemma of […]
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