Hazel Davis

Hazel Davis

Hazel Davis is a freelance writer from West Yorkshire. She has two tiny children but the majority of her hours are taken up with thinking about Alec Baldwin singing sea shanties and the time someone once called her "moreishly interesting".


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A man… made me a feminist

Standard Issue writers explore when they knew they were feminist. Hazel Davis had several ‘yikes!’ moments before her alarm went off big time.
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Hey! Teachers! I’ll leave my kids at home

Hazel Davis and her fella have decided to home-educate their kids. This week, it’s fingers on buzzers.
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Hey! Teachers! I’ll leave my kids at home

Hazel Davis and her fella have decided to home-educate their kids. This week, she’s treading the fine line between free range and wild.
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Hey! Teachers! I’ll leave my kids at home

Hazel Davis and her fella have decided to home-educate their kids. This week, a little sibling rivalry means September’s looking less daunting.
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Hey! Teachers! I’ll leave my kids at home

Hazel Davis and her fella have decided to home-educate their kids. This week, they’re hoeing their own row – with a little help from the internet.
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Hey! Teachers! I’ll leave my kids at home

Hazel Davis and her fella have decided to home-educate their kids. This week, she dares you to ask how it’s going. Go on, just try it.
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“I wanted to do something meaningful”

From 26 April to 2 May the RNLI is running its Mayday event, to raise money for and awareness about its crucial lifesaving service. Hazel Davis caught up with volunteer Cornish crew member Susan Antcliff and felt a little bit useless afterwards.
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Hey! Teachers! I’ll leave my kids at home

Hazel Davis and her fella have decided to home-educate their kids. This week, both she and her little ‘un are enjoying running before they can walk.
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Why I ❤️ Sandy Denny

With a new collection of tracks released tomorrow, what better time for Hazel Davis to remind us of the singer's extraordinary talent and tragic end?
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Why I ❤️ singing

Recent research shows singing can be beneficial in the fight against cancer. This might sound far-fetched but, says Hazel Davis, if you’ve ever been in a choir, you’ll be applauding. In 4/4 time, of course.