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Who I am and details of  my life from birth to now.


Music Links

An index to all my music including CD and concert reviews and general writing



I have written a diary over the past 37 years. You can view entries by using  this link


General Writing

An index page to my writing. my novels and my poetry


University Work

My dissertation and other work for my MA degree.


My Travels

Places I have visited over 30 years of travelling


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My Web Sites

I own and edit a number of other web sites on the Internet. My full portfolio to date is as follows. If you are interested in talking to me about building your own web site please e-mail me by clicking here.

Peter Steward's Web Site and Family Site

You are currently looking at my personal web site and family site which has been set up to introduce our family to you and include my photographs and writing. This is also the home of my music writing and album reviews. 

            Hethersett Village Web Site

We live in Hethersett, which is a large village in Norfolk in the East of England. To visit my unofficial village site either click here or on the photograph of the King's Head Public House

              Hethersett Athletic Football Club

I am currently chairman of Hethersett Athletic Football Club which provides competitive soccer for all ages from seven to adult and for both sexes. The club has won a number of national awards and I also put together the club web site which you can view either by clicking here or on the club badge opposite.

                          Cafe Morello

Cafe Morello has been called one of Norwich's best kept secrets. The cafe is owned by Pam and Steven Halstead and serves home made food and drink from its premises opposite Debenhams. To view the web site I have constructed for them click here or on the photograph.

       The Freda Laycock Memorial Site

This site is dedicated to the memory of Freda Laycock and primarily her work as a nurse during the Second World War including her help in liberating a German prisoner of war camp at Sandbostel. The site is set-up in scrapbook fashion to run chronologically through Freda's life. To view the web site click here or on the photograph.