By Charlie Sherry Ten years ago I realised my relationship with alcohol had changed from maybe having one too many on a night out, to sneaking up to the local Spar for my carryout at times when I was least likely to meet someone I knew. I had become totally withdrawn, a … [Read more...] about Light at the End of the Tunnel
By Graham Morgan "Well the chapter 'Doorstep Sales Man' in my book START, describes that fairly well and, slightly to my regret, concludes that I am pretty ordinary. I am however, a great fan of the ordinary and the extraordinary in the ordinary. We have so many stories to … [Read more...] about Who Am I?
Words and photos by Brian Wright In 2018, I was diagnosed with an aggressive and invasive blood cancer. The growth had already penetrated into the bone marrow of my spine and had become a serious threat to my central nervous system. The blood treatment was decided to be an … [Read more...] about Creativity and Purpose
By Amanda Eleftheriades-Sherry, Editor Local charities, social enterprises, businesses, faith groups and inspirational individuals are stepping up to support our communities through these difficult times. Clydesider will be sharing these stories over the coming weeks and … [Read more...] about Local Solutions to a Global Crisis
Words and photo by Angela Clark When we think of items that are harmful to the environment we rarely consider our unwanted clothes. But every time we throw an unwanted outfit into the bin it ends up decomposing on a landfill site somewhere and the material produces gases, … [Read more...] about Recycle, Reuse