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Cathy Le Feuvre
Author/Writer, broadcaster
Interests: writing, journalism, press relations, media, broadcasting, media training, charity, Christian, church, history, travel, crafts
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Cathy Le Feuvre is on Instagram! Here's a memory from a recent breezy walk at St Catherine's Breakwater on the east coast of Jersey, Channel Islands. Beautiful! Continue reading
Posted Sep 28, 2020 at Cathy Le Feuvre
Remember the 8pm 'Clap for Carers' when we all said 'thank you' to all the forgotten heroes who kept us safe during the pandemic? In those days some of us hoped the 'celebrity culture' which has dominated our world for so long was on the decline. Cathy Le Feuvre reflects on the return of celebrities and hopes that we have not yet forgotten the lessons of the pandemic! Continue reading
Posted Sep 13, 2020 at Cathy Le Feuvre
Author and broadcaster Cathy Le Feuvre has been isolated at home for more than a month. Until now, she reckons her life has been pretty boring. But now she's inspired to share some of her thoughts and experiences. Continue reading
Posted May 3, 2020 at Cathy Le Feuvre
If you're having to work from home right now writer/broadcast Cathy Le Feuvre has some thoughts for you. As the COVID19/Coronavirus takes its grip on the world & as many of us find ourselves in self isolation & working from home, Cathy has reinvented a piece she wrote a few years back to suit the current times. Continue reading
Posted Mar 30, 2020 at Cathy Le Feuvre
Writer Cathy Le Feuvre admits she has no memory of the Moon Landing of July 20 1969. She's old enough to remember but unlike the millions who know exactly where they were when they watched Neil Armstrong step on the lunar surface, Cathy thinks she was probably asleep! Continue reading
Posted Jul 20, 2019 at Cathy Le Feuvre
On June 16 1855 William Booth married Catherine Mumford in a church in London. It was a quiet wedding with just two witnesses but it marked the start of an extraordinary partnership between two people who would go on to found the international church and charity Christian movement - The Salvation Army which now daily serves millions of people in over 130 countries around the world. Cathy Le Feuvre, the author of a book about their lives based on their personal letters ('William & Catherine' Lion Hudson Books 2013) reflects on a day which is not in many history books but is worth remembering. Continue reading
Posted Jun 16, 2019 at Cathy Le Feuvre
Thoughts about winter on a beautiful autumn day Continue reading
Posted Oct 21, 2018 at Cathy Le Feuvre
Cathy Le Feuvre enters 2015 with a plan of action...not a resolution...just a commitment... to write more! Continue reading
Posted Jan 6, 2015 at Cathy Le Feuvre
Cathy Le Feuvre hosts the Monday Blog Hop and is pleased to welcome her friend and writing partner Debbie Duncan to the blog! Here Debbie writes about her writing processes and inspiration...and gives a heads up to a project which she and Cathy have written and which will be published later this year (2014). Continue reading
Posted Jun 9, 2014 at Cathy Le Feuvre
The Monday Blog Hop is a great way for writers to share how and why they do what they do. Here Cathy Le Feuvre hosts polymath and writer Bex Lewis. Continue reading
Posted Jun 9, 2014 at Cathy Le Feuvre
As we commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day (June 6 1944) Cathy Le Feuvre reflects a little on Laurence Binyon's 'Ode of Remembrance', a snatch of which is often heard on days such as today. The lines are part of Binyon's very moving longer poem 'For the Fallen', which was written at the start of the Great War, thirty years before that day on the beaches of Normandy. Continue reading
Posted Jun 6, 2014 at Cathy Le Feuvre
Cathy Le Feuvre contributes to the 'Monday Blog Hop' ... writers blogging about why and how and what they write! Continue reading
Posted May 26, 2014 at Cathy Le Feuvre
To mark the 450th anniversary of William Shakespeare's birth, Cathy Le Feuvre (author) shares one of the Bard of Avon's best known and loved sonnets, which despite its familiarity remains one of Cathy's favourite of all time and leaves her wishing she could write so exquisitely! Continue reading
Posted Apr 23, 2014 at Cathy Le Feuvre
Cathy Le Feuvre is thrilled that her new book 'William and Catherine' is being promoted in New Zealand...thanks to The Salvation Army War Cry Continue reading
Posted Feb 18, 2014 at Cathy Le Feuvre
On Valentine's Day we celebrate and give thanks for love ... and to mark this day Cathy Le Feuvre shares a beautiful poem which William Booth wrote to his beloved wife Catherine in 1872's included in Cathy's recently published book 'William and Catherine' - the love story of the founders of The Salvation Army told through their letters (Monarch 2013) Continue reading
Posted Feb 14, 2014 at Cathy Le Feuvre
Christmas 1852 - a first Christmas for William Booth and Catherine Mumford. But although engaged they were separated by miles and work committment. Cathy Le Feuvre, who this year published her first book which tells their story - 'William and Catherine - the love story of the founders of The Salvation Army told through their letters' (Monarch Books Sept 2013) - gives us a glimpse into their lives through Catherine's Christmas 1852 letter to her beloved. Continue reading
Posted Dec 26, 2013 at Cathy Le Feuvre
On the day the world marks the 25th anniversary of the downing of PanAm 103 over the Scottish border town of Lockerbie, with the tragic loss of 270 lives, Cathy Le Feuvre remembers that night - Wednesday Dec 21 1988 - from the perspective of someone working in a remote radio station in Jersey, Channel Islands. Continue reading
Posted Dec 21, 2013 at Cathy Le Feuvre
Cathy Le Feuvre - author of 'William and Catherine - the love story of the founders of The Salvation Army told through their letters (Monarch Books Sept 2013) featured on a live webcast from The Salvation Army UK national 'congress'. Here's the interview! Continue reading
Posted Nov 19, 2013 at Cathy Le Feuvre
This week the EXPOSED global campaign marks its Week of Action to 'Shine a Light on Corruption'. Cathy Le Feuvre, who has been working with the Christian coalition off and on for the past year, explains what the campaign is all about and why if you think corruption has nothing to do with you, you might want to think again! Continue reading
Posted Oct 17, 2013 at Cathy Le Feuvre
On September 25 2013 author Cathy Le Feuvre launched her new book 'William and Catherine - the love story of the founders of The Salvation Army told through their letters. In a short film she explains some of the lesser known facts she discovered about the Booths. Continue reading
Posted Sep 27, 2013 at Cathy Le Feuvre
Following the culmination of the BBC's The Apprentice 2013 season Cathy Le Feuvre believes the winner - a very young and glamourous doctor who proposes to open a chain of cosmetic surgery clinics - is a sad reflection of British culture. Lord Alan Sugar's choice of new 'business partner' also provides a very poor role model in a world which desperately needs intelligent, business-like, creative female examples but not necessarily ones plucked, nipped, tucked, sucked in and smoothed over to within an inch of their lives! Continue reading
Posted Jul 18, 2013 at Cathy Le Feuvre
On July 2 1865 a tall dishevelled man with dark unruly hair and a hooked nose stood up to speak in a tent on the Mile End Waste in Whitechapel in East London. That man was William Booth, and that day is now marked as the official start of the organisation which eventually became the worldwide Salvation Army. Cathy Le Feuvre, who will soon publish a book about the life of William and his wife Catherine, reflects on The Salvation Army's Founders' Day. Continue reading
Posted Jul 2, 2013 at Cathy Le Feuvre
Sixty years ago - June 2 1953 - Queen Elizabeth was crowned Queen of the United Kingdom in a solemn ceremony at Westminster Abbey in London. Cathy Le Feuvre reflects on her life of duty and service and says, with many millions more - God Save the Queen. Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2013 at Cathy Le Feuvre
Cathy Le Feuvre ponders on the many (many) different types of TOOTHPASTE on the market today and wonders (in a rather tongue-in-cheek fashion) whether anyone will be brave enough to produce a DO IT ALL paste/gel? Continue reading
Posted Apr 26, 2013 at Cathy Le Feuvre
Cathy Le Feuvre quotes from William Booth, founder of The Salvation Army, to mark his birthdate - April 10 1829 - and starts to look forward to her first book, featuring William and his wife Catherine. Continue reading
Posted Apr 10, 2013 at Cathy Le Feuvre