Meet The Judges – Gareth Stevens @stevens_gj

Well, you read about the Bloggers Bash competition yesterday. Here is an introdution to one of the judges!

The Annual Bloggers Bash

This week we launched the 2019 Bloggers Bash Blog post competition. Not only does the competition give you a chance to be part of this yearโ€™s event, but there are some great prizes up for grabs. Click here for all the details.

Our judges for this yearโ€™s competition are Gareth Stevens and Janice Wald. I was delighted to do a quick interview with both of them. Today weโ€™re going to talk with Gareth.

Thank you so much for accepting our invitation to be a judge for this yearโ€™s Bloggers Bash Blog post competition, Gareth.

Where do you live?

I live in Slough, Berkshire, in the UK, and have been living in the town for almost twenty years. Historically itโ€™s had a bad name for being a dreary outer-London suburb, but in the last few years itโ€™s had massive investment and has been voted the best place in the UKโ€ฆ

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  1. Hugh's Views and News
    Feb 13, 2019 @ 10:28:54

    Thanks for sharing the interview with our first judge, Ritu.

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