By Audlem Webteam - 24th September 2012 7:09am
Our last Homepage article was by Alex Denby, the youngest of our regular contributors, as he considered the impact of the Olympics and how to engage youngsters in sport.
Today, we move a little further along the age spectrum with Geoff Farr ruminating on the challenges in his life — which still includes motorcycling and flying his areoplane — as he moves towards his 75th birthday.
Simply click on the 'For Whom the Bell Tolls' title on the Homepage to read Geoff's article.
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