Here are some sites and content that I think you might enjoy.

The Brain Tumour Charity

The Brain Tumour Charity has personally helped me when I ran in to difficulty getting my operation during the height of the COVID19 pandemic. They are a great source of information for tumour sufferers and thier family alike, and fund vital research into finding a cure for an illness that has a very low long term survival rate.

Stephen Fry Official

Stephen Fry LogoStephen Fry – Stephen is a great actor and a fascinating character.  As well as his various versions of the Black Adder character Melchett, the great Jeeves and Wooster and so many others, I absolutely loved him in the TV drama ‘Kingdom’ where he played a small town solicitor, Peter Kingdom, a show cancelled by ITV when it was their most popular show……..ITV, just what were you thinking?

Fully Charged

Banner-about Fully ChargedThe Fully Charged Show is a youtube channel started by actor Robert Llewellyn (I’m sure that he wont mind me pointing out that his most famous role is Kryten the android from ‘Red Dwarf’)  which he started as a very modest ‘man and cam’ affair, looking at green energy and green transport.  The show’s popularity exploded to where it is now with just under 320,000 subscribers and a recent ‘Fully Charged Live’ event, held at Silverstone race track which attracted over 6,000 visitors and looks likely to be even bigger in 2019.  If you want the truth about green energy, and electric vehicles, this is where you will find it.    Fully Charged Youtube channel

The Clan Hannay website


The Hannahs, Hannays and all parts of the Clan Hannay tend to be a little bit obsessed with their genealogy and this site is a great place to visit if you are one of our Clan.



Patreon gives you the chance to help fund content creators that you like.  I support The Fully Charged Show and Transport Evolved, two online shows that I really enjoy.

Transport Evolved LogoRun by Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield, Transport Evolved provides regular updates on current news stories about green transport and also information and videos on topics related to green transport technology.

Rocketbook Logo

Ah, Rocketbook!  Where would I be without these guys?  A former colleague gifted me a Rocketbook and I have been hooked ever since.  Rocketbooks are reusable notebooks.  You use pens from the Pilot Frixion range which dry in seconds onto the water erasable Rocketbook pages.  Once you are done the Rocketbook app makes it easy to upload the note pages to multiple cloud destinations like OneDrive, Onenote, Google drive and many more for back up, you then erase the page with water and a cloth and off you go again. They also recently launched a reusable version of the brilliant Panda Planner.

My Panda Planner is now my essential tool for my work and for my personal life.