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goodlifedan
Helping to spread lessons in love as the Fastn PR & Media Manager. A fan of farming, canicross, BBQs, baking, brewing & Brittanys.
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goodlifedan May 25
Narrow escape on our run thanks to a speeding driver. You can't miss my highvis but he didn't slow down to let us get safely out the way. & use rural roads too. Wouldn't it be nice if all drivers realised it. Use the brake it has a purpose!
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goodlifedan May 22
This is very true and worth reading!
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goodlifedan May 13
Replying to @MartMcGl
I like the end shot and those pivot points! It would be so hard to follow the streamers with a standard camera!
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goodlifedan May 12
A quick look at Norwich it was the perfect day for it too!
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goodlifedan May 12
A Norwich couple, running in memory of Mark's sister who had oesophageal and stomach cancer. Their first time running together! Looking tutully awesome!
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goodlifedan May 12
A Norwich family effort! They crossed the line together, running for family and friends. They definitely win best hair!
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goodlifedan May 12
Love dogs love what's better then the two together! Norwich dog shot.
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goodlifedan May 12
The Dereham Bells are taking part for people they've lost to cancer. Norwich is a big day for them and they've raised over 2k!
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goodlifedan May 12
Ringing the bell at Norwich Sam is running in memory of her granddad and for her 2 friends who survived cancer. Impressive work running 5km holding your child!
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goodlifedan May 9
If you're putting off signing up for - this could be the final inspiration you need from - Bianca is having her birthday bash at - she's been through treatment and somehow managed to run to her chemo appointments
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Family Stability Network May 2
Can you help our friends ?
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goodlifedan Apr 29
Pete did it! He the in just over 6 hours. Four cups of tea later and he felt fine. Not one blister either. He says a big thank you to everyone who's supported him and says he loved the experience.
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goodlifedan Apr 27
It's the big day tomorrow - go Pete! 82 and doing his first marathon!
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goodlifedan Apr 25
Pete says he & his wife Val were 2 halves of 1 so he's taking on his 1st marathon to remember her. Being 82 isn't about to stop him! He's doing it for & has a message for all runners: BRING IT ON! Support at
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Family Stability Network Apr 17
'if are deciding who takes time off to look after a new child, in the majority of cases the couple will lose out if the father’s salary is reduced. This is a big reason take up of shared parental leave is so low' Clear links between pay gaps & active
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ITV News Anglia Apr 16
What a hero! 👏 A cancer survivor in his 80s is taking on the in memory of his wife and to raise money for !
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goodlifedan Apr 15
Off to meet a man who's taking on his first marathon at 82. My 7.5km run yesterday doesn't seem so impressive now! Pete is fundraising for in memory of his wife. He's our oldest on record. Go Pete!
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goodlifedan Apr 6
Replying to @humblepigfarmer
Benedicts. I saw your name on the menu. They told us their produce was free range when we booked so I was keen to read about your pigs. Got in touch as some butchers listed your set up as outdoor bred, some free range. I was curious to know which it was.
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goodlifedan Apr 6
Replying to @humblepigfarmer
Thanks for replying. Out of interest, why did you decide against paddocks and free range?
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goodlifedan Apr 6
Hi I am off to a restaurant next week that serves your pork. Is it free range? Thanks.
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