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Live from The Abersoch Open 2012

Day 1 – On the road Here we are again. More precisely, here we are at a greasy spoon cafe on the way to Wales. It’s 10:30 and Chris and  I have just arrived. Mark B, Phil, Mike N and Dave are already here, all looking fit as fiddles and raring to go – at least at their […]

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A prelude to the Abersoch Open 2012

Long-standing readers a) need to be congratulated on your staying power and b) might remember that this time last year I completely ignored the fact that my blogs are supposed to be about business continuity management and gave a blow-by-blow account of the goings on at the 2011 Abersoch Open golf tournament. Well it’s that time […]

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Oz’s Business Continuity Blog : “Out of the blue”

In a few of my previous blogs (‘Fit for the job?‘, ‘In the limelight‘, ‘Mid-life crisis management‘ and ‘A team effort‘)  I’ve mentioned that I’m a re-invigorated hockey player, having been dragged kicking and screaming back into the sport by my sons a few years ago. In fairness, ‘re-invigorated’ is my word for it – some of my […]

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Boys’ toys

At the weekend I bought a new toy and I’ve spent the last couple of days playing with it. The ‘toy’ in question is a chainsaw. Unlike other midlife crisis sufferers, I have no desire to buy a motorbike or a sports car or a speedboat, or to go bungee jumping or white-water rafting. In fact one […]

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Live from the Abersoch Open 2011

In something of a diversion from my more usual fortnightly(ish) blog, which purports to be business continuity-related, this weekend I thought I’d give you an insight into the pressure cooker of the Abersoch Open golf tournament. For this blog only, there will be no long rambling stories about beekeeping or domestic calamities or Barney the […]

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