Entries by Sarah Windrum

North Coast 500: The Road Less Travelled

NC500 – Day Four 156 miles travelled and 27, 014 steps We were up early on the fourth day (the result of sunrise into our car windows!) and JD had slept surprisingly well on his first car camp experience. We do nearly fall out though when I am trying to get ready and he’s moving […]

North Coast 500: Modern Man

NC 500 – Day Three 70.5 miles travelled and 21,343 walking steps  Our third day began with gale force winds and the first real test of our new walking boots. Following a couple of Old Pulteneys the night before, I had found what I thought was the route to the Whaligoe Steps – thanks to […]

North Coast 500: Through the Ages

Day Two Miles Travelled: 173   We started our second day with a morning stroll to Ben Nevis. We were sorely tempted to climb it, but I hadn’t allowed for the seven to nine hour ascent and descent time on my spreadsheet, so instead we soaked up the energy and the scenery (as well as […]

North Coast 500: Introduction

I have always enjoyed the comfortable, familiar holiday. In my blog The Hygge Life, I write about my sister-in-law and her travel adventures with a tinge of jealousy. I wanted to seek my own adventure but the lack of stable ground in my everyday life meant I craved security when away from the grind. Until […]

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How Do We Make Digital Thrive in Warwickshire?

Sarah Windrum writes for Tech Central. Tech Central is a networking group based in the West Midlands bringing businesses together that want to innovate and evolve using technology. The original article appeared in Warwickshire Means Business November 2017 I recently accepted a position on Andy Street’s West Midlands Combined Authority Digital Board. At our first meeting we […]

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What Warwickshire Can Give to the “Audiences of the Future”

First published in Warwickshire Means Business February 2018. Updates on Audiences of the Future Challenge Fund are available here. Image from RSC’s 2016 performance of The Tempest. Everyone working in Warwickshire’s dynamic creative and digital sector is looking forward to the launch of the Government’s next Industrial Challenge Strategy Fund: ‘Audiences of the Future’. The ask is […]