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For old times’ sake..

For old times’ sake..

Meg Bonello Thu 10 Aug 2023

I find myself standing in the queue ticket in hand not fully convinced that at my big age of 22 years old I should be watching the new Barbie movie… let alone in the cinema! That being said, it was completely packed out and everyone from little to large, young and old was there. And […]

A Summer Salad with Lemon & Garlic Dressing

A Summer Salad with Lemon & Garlic Dressing

Bence Luo Thu 3 Aug 2023

Although the weather in London doesn’t feel much like summertime this year, it’s never a bad time to enjoy a fresh salad and try out a new homemade dressing to go with it! Ingredients (for the dressing) Method

A Sports Fan’s Guide to Nuremberg

A Sports Fan’s Guide to Nuremberg

Alex Cooper Thu 27 Jul 2023

I had always wanted to explore Germany, yet to have had the opportunity, so what better excuse than to go watch Arsenal play against German division 2 side Nuremberg in a preseason friendly. If you’ve ever thought about Nuremberg yet not been, I’d recommend a long weekend. Although the football was disappointing, the town was […]

Sliced drives, lip outs and something special

Sliced drives, lip outs and something special

Patrick McDonagh Thu 20 Jul 2023

Out of the house for multiple hours and a (questionably) acceptable reason to have a drink at any time of the day aren’t the only reasons to play golf, but they definitely help. Every weekend I head off full of hope that this will be the round where I break 80 as part of my […]

Game, Set and Match with Jamie

Game, Set and Match with Jamie

Jamie Pritchard Thu 13 Jul 2023

The month of July welcomes Wimbledon, the oldest tennis tournament in the world, to the capital. The crowds flock to SW19 in anticipation ready to watch the world’s greatest tennis players go head-to-head on grass, competing in what is widely regarded as the most prestigious competition of them all.  Having previously partaken in the very British tradition […]

Getting away from it all…

Getting away from it all…

Julie Neal Thu 6 Jul 2023

This blog is going back to a holiday just before the pandemic locked down the UK. I had a ‘trip of a lifetime’ booked in mid-Feb 2020 and whilst Covid news was mainly focused on China and the steady increase into Europe, it seemed a world away from affecting us (little did we know!). The […]

Charles’ Allotment

Charles’ Allotment

Charles Porter Thu 29 Jun 2023

Time for a quiz: what do carrots, broccoli, garlic, raspberries and cauliflower all have in common. Wrong, they are not just mainstay within the diet of our vegan friend Michael, they are also the vegetables (and one pesky fruit) that have caused great existential angst. For those of you quite rightly questioning why I’ve been […]

The smell of the greasepaint, the roar of the crowd…

The smell of the greasepaint, the roar of the crowd…

Edward Thorpe Thu 22 Jun 2023

Theatre is a large part of the cultural make-up of Malta. From Shakespeare to Noel Coward, and from original Maltese plays to pantomime, Malta has it all. For such a small island, the theatrical variety on offer is quite amazing, and with performances played in both Maltese and English, they are accessible to a large proportion […]

Sail Away…

Sail Away…

Sandro Pecorella Thu 15 Jun 2023

Having always lived in Malta and surrounded by our beautiful sea and varied shoreline, it was natural to love the sea and the peacefulness that it can give us humans. At various stages of my life I was lucky to enjoy having a variety of boats to further enjoy the sea and out at shore, […]

Xterra Ultra

Xterra Ultra

Sarah Duff Thu 8 Jun 2023

Gozo, Malta’s lesser-known sister island is a short ferry ride away from the mainland and is known as the quieter island, with far less habitation and a lot more unspoilt countryside. As such, it’s the perfect backdrop to the Xterra Ultra, a 50km trail race circumnavigating the island which features every year on my running […]

Rocket Man

Rocket Man

Humphrey Percy Thu 1 Jun 2023

As regular readers of the SGM-FX Daily Brief know, I am a music fan and although not a regular concert goer, I like to go to big name concerts whenever I get the opportunity. Having been a fan of Elton John’s since the early 70’s when he was producing arguably some of his finest songs […]

I really cannot start my day without it!

I really cannot start my day without it!

Ingrid Leonard Thu 25 May 2023

Each morning I hear my alarm clock going off.  The unexpected but at the same time expected sound that takes me from the dreamland to the real world to start my daily routine. Getting ready to go to work, making breakfast for the family, helping the kids with their uniforms and lunch boxes and a […]

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