Author Archives: Roger Nield MBE

About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.

You Are Not Required to Set Yourself on Fire to Keep Other People Warm – Unknown — The Seeds 4 Life

I have noticed you have lent your ear to many. You have shared your time without regret. You have allowed for many to lean on your shoulder while they have cried. You have given everything and continue to; without being … Continue reading

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Chorizo and Thyme Carbonara — Wish to Dish

Hi guys I am returning to the blog-o-sphere today after a slight hiatus with this delicious carbonara recipe… I apologise for the lack of recipes recently – I have started at a new job and have been too exhausted when … Continue reading

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Do you know when to call 999?

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The National Emergency Services Memorial #Charity — CharityUKNews

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SAFDI Meets this Thursday

Please share widely: SAFDI Meets this Thursday 17th Aug at Woking FC 1000-1300. Everyone is welcome and it’s free and fun. SAFDI supports our armed forces veterans.  Our “guest” speaker is John Keegan OBE. Remember that anyone who has served … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Increase Your Energy Levels Naturally — Siim Land

Want to feel energized every day – like, at an instant? This article gives you 7 ways to increase energy levels daily. Thermodynamics of Vitality Energy is a key resource for existence. Living organisms need energy to survive (amoeba) We … Continue reading

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Body Worn Video and Mental Health — Mental Health Cop

The police have been rolling out body worn video (BWV) for many years now. You will notice, if you look at 999 response officers on patrol, many of them have two devices hanging from the upper portion of their protective … Continue reading

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