Knox Box of Miscellany

Dawn Knox – A rearranger of words into something hopefully meaningful…

15th June 2018
by Dawnknox
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Memories of Barbados

Memories of Barbados In 1989, I went on holiday to Barbados with Jamie and our eight-month old son. On our first day, Jamie walked into the sea and emerged several minutes later with two spines in the sole of his … Continue reading

9th June 2018
by Dawnknox
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A Question of Timing

A Question of Timing Everyone’s busy these days, so what could be better than a short story? Fewer than 2,000 words can be read relatively quickly – while you’re waiting for a bus or train… At the dentist… While all … Continue reading

12th April 2018
by Dawnknox
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Visits to Gateway 97.8fm Radio

Visits to Gateway 97.8fm Radio I was recently very lucky to be invited to be on Basildon’s Gateway 97.9fm radio on two consecutive Wednesday afternoons with host Jacqui James and her team – Steve and Peter. My first time was … Continue reading

14th February 2018
by Dawnknox
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Football as a Bridge to Peace

Football as a Bridge to Peace. Football is many things to many people but I wonder if you’ve ever thought of it in connection with peace. The National Children’s Football Alliance (NCFA) has set up a scheme whereby schools have … Continue reading

10th February 2018
by Dawnknox
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Toc H – An Unexpected Discovery

Toc H – An Unexpected Discovery. My cousin, Dave, and I went to the City of London a few days ago to search for Roman remains. We found some rather fine Roman walls and floors and if you want to … Continue reading

26th January 2018
by Dawnknox
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Are You A Party Animal?

Are you a party animal? I probably wouldn’t describe myself like that but I did enjoy organising a party for the characters of the book, EXTRAORDINARY. To be honest, it wasn’t hard to organise. All I had to do was … Continue reading