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Miriam King

Miriam King

Miriam King is a journalist and photographer with Bradford Today, covering news and events in Bradford West Gwillimbury and Innisfil.

Email
miriam@bradfordtoday.ca

Recent Work by Miriam

<b>LETTER:</b> Bidding adieu after decades of community news reporting

LETTER: Bidding adieu after decades of community news reporting

'It has been an honour to share the stories of hope, tragedy and triumph of local residents and entrepreneurs,' says King.
Plants, home-baking and more for Mother's Day <b>(9 photos)</b>

Plants, home-baking and more for Mother's Day (9 photos)

'You always have room for plants and sweets!'
Laughing in the face of ‘Disaster’ at The South Simcoe Theatre <b>(10 photos) </b>

Laughing in the face of ‘Disaster’ at The South Simcoe Theatre (10 photos)

'Ridiculous fun' on stage in Cookstown is inspired response to two years of pandemic
Testing the waters, preparing for the Marsh Mash canoe and kayak races <b>(8 photos) </b>

Testing the waters, preparing for the Marsh Mash canoe and kayak races (8 photos)

After a two-year break, due to COVID, the Marsh Mash returns to Bradford on May 14
Preserving heritage is a labour of love for father and son team <b>(8 photos)</b>

Preserving heritage is a labour of love for father and son team (8 photos)

David Chambers and son Bruce are working on the Auld Kirk heritage site in Bradford West Gwillimbury
Spring flowers galore at the Bond Head-Bradford Garden Club <b>(12 photos)</b>

Spring flowers galore at the Bond Head-Bradford Garden Club (12 photos)

Club celebrates 47th anniversary with a floral workshop, led by floral designer Teresa Aukema
Women's Institute will take on annual Christmas arts and crafts show in Bond Head

Women's Institute will take on annual Christmas arts and crafts show in Bond Head

Bond Head Women's Institute is looking to the future, as COVID restrictions lift
Learning the drill at the Bradford Legion <b>(10 photos)</b>

Learning the drill at the Bradford Legion (10 photos)

They came out in full uniform and went through the procedures and the commands, both inside the Legion Hall and outside at the cenotaph
<b>HELPERS:</b> Volunteers of the Ladies' Auxiliary support Legion and veterans

HELPERS: Volunteers of the Ladies' Auxiliary support Legion and veterans

The Ladies' Auxiliary is looking for new members, to continue its work in the community
Bond Head-Bradford Garden Club invites community to welcome spring

Bond Head-Bradford Garden Club invites community to welcome spring

Celebrate the season by making a spring floral centrepiece, to take home