A voyage of discovery close to home for mine clearance specialist turned author Simon Conway
He has travelled the world helping to protect communities from the terrible legacy of war but it took the pandemic for Simon Conway to feel at home in his own neighbourhood.
The former Army officer turned author said: “I’m working in a business where we talk about how important communities are – spending my life working in communities ringed by mines where we try to make it safe to go outdoors – yet, at the same time, I’ve had this itinerant lifestyle and never actually engaged with any community I’ve lived in. Now I have.”
Read more in Murray Scougall's piece in The Sunday Post: https://www.sundaypost.com/fp/simon-conway/