Charles Cowling
Posted by Vale How pleasant is the wind tonight I feel some drops of rain I never had but one true love In greenwood he lies slain I’ll do so much for my true love As any young girl may I’ll sit and mourn all on your grave For twelve
Charles Cowling
Posted by Vale Wislawa Szymborska – Nobel prize winning poet – died last week. In a piece in the Guardian she was reported as saying: “For the last few years my favourite phrase has been ‘I don’t know’. I’ve reached the age of self-knowledge, so I don’t know anything. People
Charles Cowling
Posted by Vale The Lancashire Telegraph reported last week that it is planning to put a video streaming service into it’s Burnley Crematorium. The chapel proved too small on over 50 occasions last year and, with the video service, people would be able to watch the ceremony on a big
Charles Cowling
Posted by Vale We use signs and symbols in our daily lives all the time. A green cross outside a shop means a chemist; a green P on a car is a new driver abroad; a twist of pink ribbon somehow signifies breast cancer. But what are our symbols of