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

25th February 2020
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Leap Day 2020

Leap Day 2020What are you going to do with your extra day this year? I must admit, I’d never really thought about it before. For me, 29th February has always been just another day. But as I get older, I … Continue reading

6th December 2019
by Dawnknox
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The Basilwade Chronicles

The Basilwade Chronicles – Several years ago, I wrote a short story to read out at the Basildon Writers’ Group which meets each month. My story involved a socially inept, rather tactless man called Derek Carruthers who decided to go … Continue reading

15th November 2019
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The Empty Chair

The Empty Chair Several people have asked me after my last post which you can see here, what was the significance of the large, wooden chair which was positioned in front of the stage during the performance of ‘The Other … Continue reading

30th August 2019
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Roman Villa at Lullingstone, Kent

Roman Villa at Lullingstone, Kent Still on the trail of Roman remains, my cousin, Dave, and I went on another jaunt, this time, with the rest of our jaunting crew – Mum, Jamie and Andrea. Our destination was the Roman … Continue reading

23rd July 2019
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A Jaunt Around London EC3 North

A jaunt around London EC3 North. I’ve got a great book about the history of London called “I Never Knew That About London” by Christopher Winn, which you can see here on Amazon, if you fancy buying a copy. Inside, … Continue reading

13th July 2019
by Dawnknox
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Top Secret – a Science Museum Exhibition

Top Secret – a Science Museum Exhibition There’s an interesting exhibition on at the Science Museum, London at the moment entitled ‘Top Secret – From Ciphers to Cyber Security’ which explores over a century‚Äôs worth of communications intelligence. It’s on … Continue reading