Author: "Neil Coxon"

  • Do you really know your family?

    As we approach the centenary of the armistice that brought an end to World War I, it made us realise how many of the real stories from the war are already lost.  Diaries have been found by some families telling the story of what is was really like to be involved, but if those people were here now, what questions would be asking them over our dinner?  Sadly, in this case, it is too late. Our...

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  • Supporting Shops ... online or high street

    from you to me is a publishing business that sells to both the trade (Gift, book, baby and other specialist shops found on the high street and online) and direct to customers through its own website. Our website helps us to have a platform where we can show off all our journals and books as well as testing new ideas with our customers - who we know will give us honest and open feedback. We can also...

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  • Down to Zero

    Well it's been a little while since I updated my online story about the troublesome 'C' word and how it's been affecting my life. Since I last put pen to paper ... or rather put fingers to keyboard ... Prostate Cancer seems to have taken a more high profile position in the UK because of its impact on well-known celebrities like Stephen Fry, Bill Turnball and George Monbiot as well as recent television programmes like The Full...

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  • Climb every mountain ...

    I am on the way up ... climbing my own personal mountain and it feels good to be on the move. Thank you to everyone who has sent me messages over the last few months and, as many of you have requested, I wanted to give you an update on my journey. Courtesy of the inspiring Jeff Smith My last blog shared the story of how I had been diagnosed with cancer and the topsy turvy...

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  • Well I wasn’t expecting to wake up to this one …

    I have led from you to me for the last 10 years and with never a dull day. Growing as an entrepreneur having left the security of the corporate world was both exciting and scary at the same time and the ten years we have been trading has also seen the World face the largest recession since records began. Challenging times but also ones that saw us learn every day and move from strength to strength...

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  • Sharing some family stories at Mother's Day

    Mother's Day was last Sunday and we have asked Mother and Daughter Kathy and Meg to give a little insight of some of their motherhood experiences, memories and stories, A little about our guests….. Daughter's Name: Meg Birleson Age: 35 How many children: 3 Location: Wiltshire, UK Mother's Name: Kathy Keltner Age: 66 How many children: 2 Location: Tennessee You both live hundreds of miles apart with the Atlantic between you. I imagine this makes sharing your...

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  • The Story Behind Mothering Sunday and Mother's Day

    We were investigating where Mothering Sunday evolved from and we have found some interesting facts and stories … have you heard any others? During the 16th century, people in the UK used to return on the 4th Sunday in Lent for a service to their ‘mother church’ - the main church or cathedral of the area. This was either the church where you were baptised, or the local parish church or more often the nearest cathedral. Anyone...

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  • A warm welcome to our Head Office. Let’s Find Out More About Neil ...

    We welcome you to the from you to me Head Office, where we have pinned down (not literally) the founder to answer some incredibly important questions as part of celebrating 10 years of preserving cherished moments and enriching lives.  Here is your chance to learn a little more about him. Your name? Adrian Neil Coxon – yes I blame my parents for being called by my middle name! Actually my brother and sister chose Adrian to go...

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