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Reform Magazine | January 16, 2022

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December 2017/January 2018

Jumble sales of the apocalypse: Happy Festivus

24/11/2017 |

Simon Jenkins discovers the Festivus Pole

I must admit, I’m a sucker for Christmas traditions. The jingling of sleigh bells, the singing of carols, the obviously fake beards of the Santas, the Christmas pudding dense enough to trigger a black … Read More

Editorial: Remembrance and resolutions

24/11/2017 |

I’m not much of a one for the New Year resolutions. I guess old years have taught me how little my resolutions come to. But as the nights draw in on 2017, with its international tensions, violent attacks, economic struggles … Read More

On the pilgrim way: ‘I have been struggling with sadness’

24/11/2017 |

Sheila Maxey wrestles with sadness

Death and dying seem to be all around me, echoed in the falling leaves and morning mists. I have been struggling with sadness and loss, and trying – perhaps foolishly – to make some kind … Read More

Back-to-front Advent calendar

22/11/2017 |

Back in Reform’s day, Advent calendars were different. Each day of December we’d tiptoe down the creaking spiral staircase of Reform Towers, open a window and be thrilled with delight to see a picture of a robin, a snowperson or … Read More