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Laura and I sat for an hour over coffee last month and this is the result of her many pages of shorthand notes. I should point out for those not able or wishing to read the whole article that she means ‘crafty’ in the sense of pursuing a craft and NOT devious! As I share the glory with Paul Richardson, you’ll be able to read all about him and then scroll down to the second half of the article to find what Laura wrote about me.


The Ripon Gazette’s own photographer was on holiday, so Gary from the Yorkshire Post came round with his camera and set me up in some very ‘writerly’ poses in my unusually tidy study.

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