Who will stop the teens terrorising Didsbury Village?
A writer's edition
Dear readers — Please cue not just the world's smallest violin but an entire orchestra made of the tiniest string instruments you can find. Why? Because an emergency has befallen the well-heeled streets of Didsbury Village!
But first, an introduction: I’m Harry, and this is the occasional writer’s edition. Check out Mollie’s, Sophie’s, Jack’s and Joshi’s so far. I’ve just celebrated my one-year anniversary at The Mill and its sister sites in Liverpool and Sheffield, which take most of my attention. I’m a part-timer, splitting my week here and other freelance projects.
I used to work as a general reporter at The Times, going wherever the news desk would send me, which varied from murder scenes to celebrity property disputes (I became an expert in a mind-numbing beef between Robbie Williams and Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin). Before that, I worked on youth news sites with Joshi — when he asked if I’d like to move to Manchester to get involved with The Mill, it felt like the old band was gett…
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