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Pascale Hughes

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Past articles by Pascale:

A holiday to last a lifetime: Dry stone walling retreat lets you leave your mark on the Cotswolds countryside

With examples dating back to Neolithic times, the Cotswolds are rich with dry stone walling heritage. On a course, Pascale Hughes sees if she can help to restore a pile of stones to its former glory → Read More

How the birthplace of downhill skiing, St Anton in the Tyrolean Alps still has new experiences aplenty

St Anton am Arlberg in the Tyrolean Alps has a history of Alpine skiing that goes back to the early 20th century → Read More

‘This is a place for me, I’m welcome here’: how libraries are reaching out after Covid

BookTrust, the UK's largest children's reading charity, wants to make visiting the local library a regular and long-lasting habit, especially among disadvantaged groups → Read More

Repair iPhones at home, a new HIV treatment, and millions facing energy switch: 8 things we learned this week

Meanwhile Amazon stops accepting Visa debit cards - here's your guide to some of the week’s most interesting stories → Read More

From ditched Black Friday tech deals to a James Corden backlash and MPs’ sleaze: 8 things we learned this week

Your guide to some of the week's most interesting stories → Read More

Climate change activist Vanessa Nakate: ‘I had to speak out, regardless of my shyness or fear’

The 24-year-old Ugandan made world headlines when appeared alongside white activists but was cropped out of a picture. She tells how speaking out helped her alert millions to Africa's climate change crisis → Read More

This week's good news, from recognition for Britain’s first black train driver to polar bear dentistry

And the first current top-flight male professional footballer in the world to come out as gay → Read More

'You become part of their story': the man who turns back all the clocks

Keith Scobie-Youngs works on some of the biggest church and public clocks in the UK, but it is often the small ones that have the richest history → Read More

How to deal with seasonal affective disorder

As the clocks change and the evenings get darker earlier, it is possible to brighten your outlook → Read More

Blackpool Illuminations: Meet the mastermind behind the seaside resort’s world-famous light display

Richard Williams has spent 35 years working on the Lancashire town's light spectacular - which this year involves more than one million bulbs along a six-mile route. He tells how switch-on still gives him a warm glow → Read More

Lauren Child: ‘We undervalue how childhood shapes us’

The Clarice Bean author thinks we don’t give picture books - or the children who read them - the credit they deserve → Read More

'We were reinventing the wheel': The master glassblower who unlocked the secrets of the craft

Peter Layton's family fled from the Nazis when he was a child. He went on the be one of the world's most influential glassblowers. → Read More

What makes a comic book character's costume iconic?

Costumes reveal values, identities and biographies - andvare a sign of the times. → Read More

Recognition for Wales’s first black headteacher and Daniel Craig’s next role: This week’s good news

And a simpler diagnosis for children with epilepsy → Read More

London Marathon 2021: Meet James Taylor, the man behind one of the world’s most famous running events

Rising earlier even than the most eager athlete, Taylor will arrive at the start at 3am on Sunday, to ensure the day he has been working towards for two years goes smoothly → Read More

Dan Walker on why he signed up to Strictly and the reason he never works on Sundays

The ‘BBC Breakfast’ journalist talks about becoming the story of the day on the ‘Strictly’ dancefloor - and why his wife doesn’t have high hopes for him → Read More

How to break up with a bad friend

Just like romantic relationships, friendships can be toxic. Our experts tell you how to end them. → Read More

Meet the former England footballer trying to find a cure for cancer

Ash Nicholls pulled on the national shirt at Wembley - now he is a molecular biologist trying to find life-saving drugs. Here he talks about his biggest transfer → Read More

Review: The Yard in Bath, chic luxury in the historic city centre

The fresh, modern renovation of this 18th century coaching inn surrounding a sunny courtyard offers a stylish stay with personal touches → Read More

This week's good news, from record numbers of ospreys to blood donations

Plus, Zara Rutherford's around the world solo flight attempt and how listening can ward off dementia → Read More