Spring has sprung!

Spring has finally arrived with the promise of warmer weather, (though we’re yet to see it!) and as always, new beginnings. I have made a couple of changes myself – I’ve started my Spring clean early and decided it’s time … Continue reading

My Social Concern – An Update!

As I have already shared in a previous blog post, Week Seven – My Social Concern, I chose recycling and ‘greener living’ as my social concern for the Community Media Café. From weeks 1-5 I have shared tips and information … Continue reading

Week Five – A chat with Martin Treanor

Week Five of The Chapel Community Media Café In week five of the Community Media Cafe, we had the pleasure of being joined by Amazon bestselling author, Martin Treanor, where we spoke about all things books, writing, horror and more! … Continue reading

A film clip to remember…

So, I have an upcoming filming project which I am basing around my blog topic Domestic Abuse and Domestic Violence. The concept is inspired by the abuse awareness adverts and public service messages I had previously seen, so I have … Continue reading

A journey to survival

Just a short post today about some research I am doing into the actual organisations that support people going through some of the things in my previous posts. I recently reached out to two local organisations that help to support … Continue reading

I’m not a Celebrity, but get me out of here!

I have focused on many highlighted cases in the public eye and even covered some celebrities, but today I had the chance to meet a real victim of abusive behaviour. She did not wish to be recorded, photographed or named … Continue reading

Week Four – The Zinthiya Trust and the Community Shop

Week Four of The Chapel Community Media Café In week four of the Community Media Café I was introduced to The Zinthiya Trust and the Community Shop, both projects ran by a group of inspiring people. The Zinthiya Trust is … Continue reading

Around the world in 80 hits! Pt 2

In part one we looked at the contrast of peoples reaction from religion & violence to non symbolic public violence. We also began the venture into cultural practices and acts of abuse starting with FGC/FGM. Today I want to look … Continue reading