29 December 2017 | editorialWe are surrounded by people who are responsible, people we can rely on. They help hold together our communities and our society. Responsible people. People who are "morally accountable for their actions". Not just the obvious ones like doctors and nurses and teachers and ministers of religion, people who according to the dictionary are "capable of rational conduct, of good credit or position or repute, respectable, apparently trustworthy".
29 May 2017 | editorialAs 2016 comes to a close, we wanted to share some quick stats on the year that's gone by, as we have in 2015 and 2014.
28 December 2016 | editorial
27 November 2016 | editorialAfter many years of service, Adam Tocock is stepping down from his role with the St Margarets Traders Association. Adam helped organise the group and all their activities, including publishing the wonderful St Margarets magazines and running the semi-annual Crown Road fairs. It is hard and often unappreciated work, but Adam pushed forward with a smile on his face and a ready joke. Thank you Adam and we will see you at Cutters.
29 January 2016 | editorialAs 2015 comes to a close, we wanted to share some quick stats on the year that's gone by.
31 December 2015 | editorialI've heard most of the arguments about the Rugby World Cup being good for the local economy - and I suppose, like most people, I am ready and prepared to put up with the inconvenience - the traffic diversions, the closed streets, the hoards of fans, the 'porta-potty' toilets, the crowded trains, the litter and the noise into the early hours of the morning. This the price of living next door to Twickenham Stadium at the time of the Rugby World Cup. I accept this. What I cannot accept is the apparent lack of any recognition, recompense or legacy for the thousands of people who will have to put up with it.
13 August 2015 | editorial
6 February 2015 | editorialAs 2014 comes to a close, we wanted to share some quick stats on the year that's gone by.
31 December 2014 | editorial
Kiddikicks wholeheartedly aims to keep children playing sport long into adulthood by giving them a positive introduction to sport using the Kiddikicks syllabus of super-fun football developing real football skills and life skills in a safe, creative environment. The Kiddikicks syllabus is constantly evolving to keep up with the latest thinking and children’s bodies and minds.
17 August 2014 | editorial