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The roots that will endure…

Imagine if you were a frightened 10 year old boy, fleeing with your elder brother and parents in a hastily-packed Army Staff Car across a war-torn landscape, passing scattered groups of weary, bedraggled, defeated soldiers…. Continue reading

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This isn’t home anymore

I am finally ready to share my testimony. I guess it took so long as it’s easier not to talk about it or think that so few would understand!! So, my name is Celine, I’m French and I’ve worked in … Continue reading

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Juggling Choices

I was born in GB and brought up in a very cosmopolitain family with an English mother and an Irish father. I came by chance to Germany over thirty years ago and have always felt very welcome here. I greatly … Continue reading

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Neighbours and Friends

I have the best next door neighbours who are from Romania, they’ve been here 4 years and moved in next door about 2 years ago. I have never felt the need to learn another language but I’m learning through Google … Continue reading

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Bursting the Bubble

Picture the scene: 25 years. For 25 years we were rubbing along quite happily. I say that, but if I’m honest, the last 5 years or so were somewhat wobbly, to say the least. And yet. When that morning came, … Continue reading

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