Monthly Archives: June 2016


It was 9.45 and still the minibus hadn’t arrived. Minnie sat anxiously by the front window, her tiny bony hands gripped tight around her well-worn handbag. Her faithful winter coat buttoned over her favourite Crimplene dress. It was Tuesday. Tuesday … Continue reading

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Jes, Graffiti Kid

I’m bored. Nothing ever happens in this crummy town; even the beach is a snooze, full of old people in cardigans shuffling along the front looking for cheap tearooms. They shout and wave their walking sticks at you if you … Continue reading

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