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I'm the Environment Editor! I am studying English and Related Literature at the University of York and am in my third year. I have a deep interest in the world around me and its people and aim to write articles that make a difference. quietbutbig.home.blog
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Here is how to pack boat tours, Belgian waffles, and Brugse Zot into your weekend in Bruges.

48 hours in Bruges, Belgium

Here is how to pack boat tours, Belgian waffles, and Brugse Zot into your weekend in Bruges.

Matilda Martin speaks  to John Rendall, one of the men who bought a lion cub from Harrods in 1969.

Raising Christian: The lion that grew up in 1960s West London

Matilda Martin speaks to John Rendall, one of the men who bought a lion cub from Harrods in 1969.

What else are you going to do with all this time?

Ten hefty books to delve into over the Christmas break

What else are you going to do with all this time?

What better to get you in the mood than a festive trip to a Christmas market?

The European Christmas markets to get excited about this year

What better to get you in the mood than a festive trip to a Christmas market?

Noel Conway has been left devastated after the Supreme Court rejected his application for a hearing.

Why Parliament needs to rethink the law surrounding assisted dying

Noel Conway has been left devastated after the Supreme Court rejected his application for a hearing.

'People only fail if they give up... I feel like the people that carry on going will succeed at some point.'

Growing up with Becky Hill

'People only fail if they give up... I feel like the people that carry on going will succeed at some point.'

This is an attack on everything America claims to stand for.

Why Trump Needs to start Tackling White Supremacism

This is an attack on everything America claims to stand for.

 “We don't know much about social work - I didn't realise how many wider professions social workers would have to come across. At the end of the day you could potentially change lives.”

Is a career in social work for you? An interview with a Frontline student social worker

“We don't know much about social work - I didn't realise how many wider professions social workers would have to come across. At the end of the day you could potentially change lives.”

'A lot of people don't take notice of these sorts of campaigns because they think they're ok. We should all be aware of the issues surrounding mental health and this is why we’re talking about it.'

#MENtalHealth: An interview with Paul Thomas Bell from Brothers in Arms

'A lot of people don't take notice of these sorts of campaigns because they think they're ok. We should all be aware of the issues surrounding mental health and this is why we’re talking about it.'

Artists will produce and complete work right before the visitors’ eyes.

The first real time art exhibition has arrived in Europe

Artists will produce and complete work right before the visitors’ eyes.

Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander Series took second place, with J.K.Rowling’s Harry Potter books coming third.

To Kill a Mockingbird named America's favourite novel

Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander Series took second place, with J.K.Rowling’s Harry Potter books coming third.

Today, the Co-op teams up with Social Enterprise UK to support their annual campaign, Social Saturday.

#SocialSaturday: How the Co-op is creating equality through business

Today, the Co-op teams up with Social Enterprise UK to support their annual campaign, Social Saturday.

We're talking crying rituals and plate smashing.

Weird and wonderful bridal traditions around the world

We're talking crying rituals and plate smashing.

Parents may want to protect their children, but ignoring the crisis isn't helping anyone.

Why a children's book on the refugee crisis is what society needs right now

Parents may want to protect their children, but ignoring the crisis isn't helping anyone.

The sad reality is that women are vulnerable on nights out - and we all need to be vigilant in looking out for our friends.

Female solidarity and safety on nights out

The sad reality is that women are vulnerable on nights out - and we all need to be vigilant in looking out for our friends.

 “Some Australians still have no clue what is considered racist”

Aussie Footballers dressed in blackface as Serena and Venus Williams

“Some Australians still have no clue what is considered racist”

'Repression and Retaliation against protestors continues in Nicaragua as the world looks away.'

Update on the Nicaraguan crisis: what’s next for Ortega?

'Repression and Retaliation against protestors continues in Nicaragua as the world looks away.'

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