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Reform Magazine | July 30, 2021

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October 2018

I have grown an old man’s skin

01/10/2018 |

A poem by Stewart Henderson

I have grown an old man’s skin and it is good and fortunate and impermanent. Lined now with stories, main features, and repeats; a creased and creviced parchment that will soon be rolled up and … Read More

Ageing well

01/10/2018 |

How can we make the most of later life? And how can we advise others who are facing its choices? Marion Shoard offers guidance

Later life brings many decisions with it, for those who are there themselves, for their friends … Read More

A gateway for Doncaster’s homeless

01/10/2018 |

How some unexpected visitors led to an innovative homelessness project in Doncaster. Rod Morrison reports

Long before the shops in the town centre of Doncaster started to open on Sunday mornings, when public libraries were closed on Sundays and public … Read More

Commitment-Phobe: Bad neighbour, part two

01/10/2018 |

Trouble with my neighbour, part two

How do you pray for someone when what you really want to do is punch them in the face? This is the obstacle that my husband and I have had to face throughout this … Read More

Reviews – October 2018

01/10/2018 |

When crime is your safety net

Sink Directed by Mark Gillis Certificate 15, 87 minutes Released 12 October

Micky (Martin Herdman), who was once a skilled manual worker, is struggling. He has to look after his father Sam (Ian Hogg) … Read More

A letter from… Jamaica and the Cayman Islands

01/10/2018 |

A complaint from the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands

In 1969, the Jamaican singer Jimmy Cliff released the song ‘Many Rivers to Cross’. Sung in a plaintive voice, the song explores loss and being lost on a … Read More