Diary - judging business awards

A busy morning in the office and then off on my bike to the local paper's office in Weymouth. I had been asked to be one of the judges in the paper's annual business awards and was delighted to help out. It took some time as there were a number of categories and reading through each submission needed to be done carefully. The Editor came in for a moment, and we had time for a chat. Diarmuid reminds me of my first editor when I started my journalistic career with the Yorkshire Evening Press in York. He's old school, knows his stuff backwards, believes in balance and accuracy and I suspect woe-betide anyone who makes too many mistakes! Then across to Corfe Castle for another of my regular surgeries, this time in the village hall. Some interesting cases across a very wide range of issues.