Hi, I'm Victoria Sorzano and I'd like to welcome you to Boho Boxmoor. I launched this site in 2008 as a place where families could find out about the activities, classes and events for children on offer locally.
Since then, the site has spread out to embrace local arts and culture, and green issues, and in the summer of 2009 I launched the Boho Network, a social network linked to the site. I hope it will continue to evolve and that it may become a resource and meeting point for the different ages and groups in Boxmoor, Hemel Hempstead, and the surrounding area.
If you have any ideas or articles for Boho Boxmoor, please contact me via the EMAIL ME link above or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. My thanks to everyone who has been so wonderfully supportive in the past year. I'd also like to thank Dacorum Borough Council for a £250 grant towards set-up costs and Robin Hamman of StAlbans Blog for his timely and useful advice.
BOHO BOXMOOR WRITERS
VICTORIA SORZANO I'm a mother with two young children and I've lived in Boxmoor for eight years. I work as a freelance journalist on the BBC's website and for Sky Television. I was previously features editor for Sky's interactive TV services and a book editor for Dorling Kindersley publishers. email@example.com
MARGARET FRICKER has lived in Boxmoor for two years. She has single-handedly dragged Boho Boxmoor upmarket by adding interviews with local authors and what's on information for older readers. firstname.lastname@example.org
ANNIE HEATON got her first Friends of the Earth T-shirt at 13. She's been passionate about the environment ever since and has kindly agreed to write on green issues from a local perspective for Boho Boxmoor. She is a mother of two and works for Renewable Energy Systems in Kings Langley. email@example.com