Blondy’s People….Diane Curry

Welcome to episode 6 of Blondy’s people. Once again….we have a Queen walking among us …. and I am not sure you are ready .  This episode is a deep one for me. This episode is dedicated to my Mumsy. In both Blondy’s world and mine, associating anything or anyone with my mother is a…

Blondy’s People….Kimberley Lamb

Welcome to episode 5 of Blondy’s People……. Where do I start……Kimberley Lamb.….The voice for marginalised  communities….the women who came from the endz and is not afraid to say that ….one of the Queens (As far as I am concerned) of safeguarding children and young people from gangs, youth violence  and exploitation and as I say…

Blondy’s People……. Paul McKenzie

Welcome to episode 4 of Blondy’s people. You can watch the video interview….be prepared for plenty of belly laughs… Be warned…. there is a lot of info in this blog….a lot of links…videos….greatness. So, get comfy. Growing up I didn’t have many role models. I just had lost of people around me that I knew…

Blondy’s People….Jenny @Bear Face Theatre

Episode 3 of Blondy’s people is here! Today I am speaking to Jenny Walmsley fromBear Face Theatre. We made a video that you can’t watch HERE, and I can tell you now it may have a little swearing. Growing up I was not the academic type. Never have been. It’s something I had to work at…

Blondy’s People …. Luke Goldie-McSorley

Watch our interview here. I have done lots of work in Essex and have always been blown away by the good work I have seen going on. I was introduced to Essex by Junior Smart who told me that I HAD to be part of what they were doing. So, I did, and it was…

Blondy’s People: A Interview With Naomi Donald

So, this is my first interview……and what a way to start! Let’s be clear….I don’t know how to edit….wait…I don’t know how to interview….so with this it is very much “What you see is what you get” a down to earth interview (I would say more of a natter) with some of the people I…

Blondy’s People…..

Blondy’s people Blondy, if you didn’t know, was my nickname growing up. There were plenty of blonde girls around, but I have always been Blondy. Everyone called me it, Even my mum. I would be in my room and she would call “Blond (Yes, a shortened version of Blondy) go to the shop for me”….

#YouAreNotAlone… At Home Shouldn’t Mean At Risk

Trigger warning. Maybe I typed that trigger warning for myself. I’m going to talk about domestic violence. I have done a few times in my blogs and there is also a podcast available. It’s something that I feel so strongly about it feels like I can’t breathe at times.  This may be a long one….sorry…

#iwasblamed

#iwasblamed Jessica Taylor…where do I start. The first time I saw her talk was at my first feminist conference. She was an epic blur of tattoos, great hair, mouth like a sewer and a truth teller. Just my kind of women. If you have not read her stuff….do it now. NOW. Jessica is a champion…

THIS IS A CALL FOR ACTION…..FROM A NURSE ON THE FRONT LINE….

I have just finished clapping for front line workers. It gets me every time. The first week I really cried. This week I felt quite proud. Anyway…this is a call to action. I don’t often do them so…. sit up and listen. Its mad how people’s lives’ weave in and out of each other. Its…