Monthly Archives: December 2019

2019-60-Kettles

019 – 60 – kettles Kettles Hello friend, It’s amazing how much we all take for granted in our modern society. I’ve been at HMP Wakefield since January 2012 – that,s been 7 1/2 years wthout a kettle. Yes that’s right – no kettle. This is the only prison I’ve experienced who do not provide
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2019-58-pepper

2019 – 58 – pepper Pepper Hello friend, The next few blogs are a little lighter and deal with more mundane aspects of prison life. One of the symptoms of my cervical stenosis is ‘clumsy hands.’ I’m finding myself dropping and knocking things over. The other week, I knocked my small pepperpot of the wall
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2019-57-Media

2019 – 57 – media Media Hello friend Back in June, I wrote about attending the Family Day (2019-25). It was a slightly silly account of the quizzes and confectionery based prizes,- a ‘puff piece’ I would say “it came as a surprise” that one of the trash papers published an article about this but
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2019-56-Library

2019 – 56 – library Library Hello friend, I last blogged about this last year (2018-7 & 2018-14) – this is long overdue. After applying for a second time – although, I nearly didn’t – I got the job in the library. I think this was more to do with having only 2 applicants (who
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