Tag: Flowers

Gaming

New Gamer Column

I think it is quite safe to say that the idea of video games never held much appeal to me, perhaps this was because I was under the impression that, unless you were playing the Wii, you were restricted to one kind of game and that involved guns and violence. With this in mind, I…

Science

Predicting pollen

 Did you know the term ‘Hay Fever’ comes from the assumption that symptoms associated with an allergy to pollen were brought on by hay? In the future, pollen allergy is likely to increase due to climate change and currently effects 1 in 5 people worldwide.

News

Norwich Market named Best in Britain

Norwich Market has been named the ‘best large outdoor market in Britain’ at the Great British Market Awards 2019. The judges of the Great British Market Awards said that Norwich Market ‘demonstrated the power of social media’, as seen in popular Instagram pages such as @eatnorwich which have gained traction in the past few years,…

Creative Writing

Loving Your Body

Kia is watching herself in the mirror and She doesn’t look like herself; She thinks she did once; She wishes she did now; She never will again. Kia is watching herself in the mirror and Where there was once the sharp jutting of rocks There is now ripe grassland, May green, lingering with soft sweet-scented…

Creative Writing

An Alphabetical Floral Companions Guide

Aloe Vera: Short-stemmed succulent with thick and fleshy leaves Serrated edges of small white teeth That smile as he soothes your burns and bruises. Chamomile: Tiny daisy flowers bloom on long stalks Reaching to the sky with its yellow core surrounded by white rays A sacred herb born of the sun. Echinacea: Hermaphroditic Purple in…

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