Resources

On this page you can view and download some of the free resources we've provided. Choose from the six kinds of resource below:

The Mark

Created in 2016

This story was prompted by my wife noticing what she thought was a mark on my jeans but was a button on a pocket flap. She said, "I thought it was a grey smudge." Simultaneously we both said, "Grace Mudge." An hour later I had the story line. The historical context is factual but the story and characters are fictional. (c) Copyright Peter Wrigley 2016

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Jonas Interview

Created in 2016

Interviewer: My next guest is Jonas...who has regained his sight in miraculous circumstances after years of blindness. Jonas, you must be a pretty happy man.

Jonas: I’m ecstatic. You can’t imagine what it’s like. There’s so much to see and discover.

© Copyright Peter Wrigley 2016

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Walk from Lundy Cove

Created in 2016

South West Coast Path walk in Cornwall: Lundy Bay NT Car Park to Kellan Head and return. I had walked this section of the coast path before as part of a longer walk from Polzeath to Port Isaac. On that occasion I had been thwarted from exploring the beach at Lundy Cove by the high tide. Low cloud had drifted in from the south west, bringing rain and veiling the landscape. This time I had planned my walk around an exploration of the beach and it depended on the state of the tide. Clear weather would be a bonus. © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2016

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Warmth

Created in 2016

Poem about comfort by the fire after clearing snow. © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2016

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Bodigga Cliff to Portwrinkle, Cornwall

Created in 2015

Bodigga Cliff, east of Millandreath, to Portwrinkle, Cornwall. This walk was defined by the eastern limit of a previous walk from Polperro and the western end of a walk from Cremyll to the top of the hill above Portwrinkle. The coast walk itself was broken up by a detour around a cliff fall and by a bus ride. The cliff fall near the Monkey Sanctuary above Keverall Beach has resulted in the closure of 1¼ miles of the South West Coast Path, most of the detour being along a road. Boring! ... © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2015

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The Boat

Created in 2015

The boat was unbelievably small. I stared at it, pulled onto the stones, as vulnerable as a seal pup. Its white hull was just out of the reach of the waves that crashed into the tiny cove. Everything seemed small except the waves; small boat, small cove, small catch and small man. I watched as the fisherman stretched into his boat and pulled out a few crabs. Was that all? I could not believe that this man had risked his life at sea for so little reward.

© Copyright Peter Wrigley 2015

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He aint a baby anymore

Created in 2015

Poem celebrating Jesus from baby to his second coming. © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2015

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Live it

Created in 2015

I met a little old lady with a little old dog sitting on a bench overlooking the sea. She told me she was 85, had lived locally all her life and had had two hip operations and two knee operations... © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2015

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Clovelly Cross to Abbotsham

Created in 2015

If this section of the South West Coast Path were a person, I would apologise for misjudging them.... I clambered down the shifting stones onto one of the most beautiful beaches I have seen... © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2015

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Plymouth Stonehouse to Heybrook

Created in 2015

The timing was perfect. I parked in the last remaining free space above the beach, and found out from three residents at the bus stop that this already limited service was likely to cease at the end of the month... © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2015

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For the display of his splendour

Created in 2015

What is the vision for the church? © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2015

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Flying in a Bristol Superfreighter

Created in 2015

We got to Southend airport in time and drove out onto the runway. The massive transport plane stood with its nose open with two giant doors into which led a ramp for cars to drive up....The noise from the engines was deafening and we were given barly sugar sweets to suck on at take-off because the cabin was not pressurised.... © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2015

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