Monthly Archives: February 2016

Fancy An Adventure In Iceland?

Back in the autumn, I travelled to Iceland to complete my training as a Field Studies Tutor (FST) with Rayburn Travel. Accompanying a group of sixth form students from The Campion School in Hornchurch, I shadowed Ian Geddes, a very … Continue reading

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Where Will You Find Me At The 2016 Geography Conference?

It isn’t long now to the annual Geography Association Conference – held again this time in Manchester from April 7th to 9th. I always look forward to meeting up with some of my ‘Geo friends’, and here is a summary … Continue reading

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Why Do We Name Our Winter Storms?

Storm Imogen had quite an impact on my local area a few weeks ago, and as I await the next storm – which will be named ‘Jake’  – it gave me cause to reflect on the new fashion of giving names to … Continue reading

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