We are still carrying out weekly Zoom Groups at Accord with enthusiastic participants. Recently we took part in a story telling zoom session called True/False Reveals where participants spun a story and we had to guess true or false. There were lots of good stories ranging from one of my legs is shorter than the
As we hear of new restrictions in relation to Covid, note that here in the west, cinemas will be closed until the next review. In looking back this week, Cinemas will (if you will excuse the pun) be in the spotlight……..reminds me of my appearance in Train Spotting 2….as the Director shouts “Lights/Camera and Action”.
Questions What is the capital city of Afghanistan? A. Zabul B. Kabul C. Kunduz What sort of creature is a Clydesdale? A. Dog B. Rabbit C. Horse In which religion is ‘Nirvana’ an attainment of serenity? A. Islam B. Buddhism C. Hinduism In mathematics what does RMS stand for? A. Root-mean-Square B. Root-maths-system C. Random-memory-system
As the nights get darker and temperatures begin to fall, having a think the other night about in todays UK, how lucky we are to have heating ‘on tap’ in our houses. No matter where you lived in the late 50’s/early 60’s you could hear the call going rounds the streets every week with the
ACCORD has secured a vital cash boost of £120,000 from The Julia and Hans Rausing Trust. In these unprecedented times, the care team at ACCORD is doing everything possible to continue providing vital care for local people at the hospice and in their own homes. COVID-19 has caused illness and death but it has also
Questions The Femur is a bone located where in the body? A. Thigh. B. Ear C. Foot. In which sport is the Alfred Dunhill cup presented? A. Golf B. Boxing C. Swimming Nadia Comaneci the perfect young gymnast came from which country? A. Ukraine B. Romania C. Bulgaria Who played Alf Garnett in Till