Moving On Swiftly. July 2016.

Dear Rowley, Forgive me for bombarding you with letters but since I’ve had a few more Diet Cokes, there seems to be so many more hours in the day. Can’t tell you how much I have enjoyed the last few … Continue reading

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Welcome to My Lovely Home. July 2016.

Dear Rowley, On a lighter note! I realise that after all these years of corresponding with you, I have prattled away about Bloomsbury Towers and you have never seen it. So now’s your chance. Many moons ago when I decided … Continue reading

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Open All Hours. September 2015.

Dear Rowley, Last weekend, town was en fete for Open House London: an initiative in which some of the great buildings usually closed to the public throw open their doors. For two days one can queue briefly to wander at leisure around … Continue reading

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Another Country. April 2015.

Dear Rowley, Won’t London be marvellous when they’ve finished it? I think we’ve all got to the stage where we accept that the sound of drills and demolition, the sight of high vis jackets and builder’s bums and the light … Continue reading

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