My story about the Galgael Trust in Glasgow has been published by the BBC today. Here’s a link to the story below and to the Galgael’s site. The Galgael workshop in Govan is a welcoming place full of great people, where the most marginalised in the city can come and learn to work with wood, built boats and feel like they are part of a wider family, a clan.

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/resources/idt-sh/the_extraordinary_power_of_a_lump_of_wood

 

 

https://www.galgael.org/

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River crossing school commute

Teenager on the Gravesend to Tilbury ferry on the Thames estuary. I remember he told me he had a really long commute to school, two hours each way. Part of which involved crossing the River Thames.

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