Terri Brown, Author at Rugby and Daventry Radio Station Midlands UK            

Author: Terri Brown

A murder mystery event with a wicked twist is coming to town on Saturday the 15th of August 2020. This spell-binding outdoor adventure game will take your team on a mysterious and magical journey across Rugby in the hopes of discovering “who done it”. CluedUpp Detective Days are like giant, outdoor escape games. It’s where […]

If you enjoy Stephen King and Dean Koontz then you should love Shadow Man by Terri Brown. Toni Locke has a special gift but she has been told it is a curse her whole life. Only when she returns to the town of her abusive childhood and reconnects with her old school friends does she […]

The Corona crisis is by no means over, but life is trying to get as back to “normal” as possible. With the government allowing pubs and restaurants to reopen this weekend here is what Rugby businesses are doing. We know how tempting it will be to forget about the past 3 months in a massive […]

“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” ― Plato Missing live music as much as we are? Then make sure to add Friday 31st July to Sunday 2nd August to your “must do” list. In order to celebrate 20 years of the Rugby […]

A local Rugby writing group that meets every fortnight at St Andrews Church (pre lockdown) to share advice and encourage each other has produced an anthology of their work. A compilation of short stories and poems on a wide variety of topics is now on sale through Amazon. The writers are a mix of local […]

The prime minister’s chief adviser has said he does not regret driving 260 miles from London during the coronavirus lockdown. He revealed he had not told Boris Johnson when he decided to take his family to County Durham after his wife developed Covid-19 symptoms. Mr Cummings said he believed he had acted “reasonably” and within […]

With no set date for schools to fully reopen in the UK, thousands of young people and families are continuing to home school and Royal Shakespeare Company actors are offering schoolchildren a helping hand with their homework. Day 71 of isolation…Homeschooling two children…thank you to anyone with new innovative ideas to keep them learning!! The […]

If you are anything like me – whatever the exact opposite of “green fingers” is – then you are always mildly surprised when something grows in your garden. Quite frankly, if it doesn’t make a noise when it is hungry it doesn’t stand much of a chance with in this household.

Coronavirus related Kawasaki disease is a condition that is said to mainly affect children under five, but those diagnosed in France are aged from one to 14. Around 230 suspected cases have been reported in Europe, including in the UK where a 14-year-old boy died last week at the Evelina London children’s hospital. Recent deaths […]

Covid-19 laid waste to the 19/20 football season. Thousands of non league teams across the country were benched. But, Caldecott Arms F.C. is not letting that stop them from planning for next season. They are drumming up interest with the aim to come back bigger and stronger once this is all over. They continue to […]

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