CinemaSauce

CinemaSauce is a project where I take a single cinematic theme, and find as many examples of it as I can in the real world.

Land Rover: Eastnor Driving Experience

Experience the true spirit of adventure in its purest form. 66 miles of carefully managed trails in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the grounds of Eastnor Castle. Land Rover Experience Eastnor provides a unique adventure that encourages drivers to push both the vehicle and themselves to the lim

Pittville Park: 2019 Duck Race

Hundreds of families in Gloucestershire enjoyed a real ‘tweet’ this weekend when Rubber Duck Racing came to Pittville Park in Cheltenham to mark National Rubber Duck Day on Sunday 13th January 2019.

Building Circles: The collaborative project

I have been working closely with Building Circles Gloucestershire. They are a charity designed to help adults with learning disabilities find themselves through social events, days out and more. to find out more about the charity please visit their website.

Mental Health: It affects everyone in different ways

Mental health is definitely becoming more and more spoken about in recent years but people who suffer from these disorders may still feel alone and that there isn't enough support. I have suffered from mental health issues myself throughout my entire life. I spent part of my life being told I was just nothing more [...]

Cheltenham’s Charlie Chaplin mural gets a brand new paint job

24 Years ago, Steve Cowlishaw walked past the Gloucester Road Bridge with a handful of pupils from Belmont School. Little did Steve know that what those young people said would inspire him to create one of the longest lasting and iconic pieces of public art in Cheltenham. The Charlie Chaplin mural, which was inspired by the pupil’s ideas, has been in Cheltenham since 1994 but in recent years the harshness of nature has put the artwork into a state beyond repair.

Gloucester City Mission: Serving Christ in the City

"What would you do if you arrived for a church service and found someone sleeping rough in the car park surrounded by empty bottles? Would you help them or tell them to move on? How would you react if you then discovered that person was the speaker?"