The Prosecco Party

The Prosecco Party van

The Prosecco Party: Making a Party Pop One can’t have failed to notice how, over the last five years or so, the Italian tipple Prosecco has out-popped big brother Cava in the affordable-celebration-fizz stakes. Before we have a look at how that’s happened let’s be clear on what Prosecco is.

Uncelebrated journey

Uncelebrated Journey

29th April 2018 Uncelebrated Journey Swindon’s talent – telling Swindon’s Story Earlier this week I attended a press launch of the above named-event. This one-off, set-to-be-spectacular event is the brainchild of the new and current, High Sheriff of Wiltshire, Nicky Alberry. Uncelebrated journey celebrates Swindon and its journey by celebrating

Swindon Philosophical Society

Swindon Philosophical society

[jetpack_subscription_form] Swindon Philosophical Society Well listeners. As you know, on the odd occasion I’m known to demonstrate frustration at the suggestion that there’s nothing of cultural value in Swindon. One has to question how hard these people look! Anyway  – the suggestion that Swindon has no culture is a risable

Eastcott Heritage Exhibition

Eastcott exhibition

24th March 2018 [jetpack_subscription_form] Eastcott Heritage Exhibition The good people of Savernake Street community hall in Eastcott have been busy again. I LOVE what they’re doing up there. It’s such a lovely thriving community centre that does some terrific stuff with its residents. At the back end of last year

Birdsong

front cover of Birdsong programme

21st March 2018 [jetpack_subscription_form] Birdsong Not to be confused with The Birdie Song, BIRDSONG started out in 1993 as a war novel and family saga written by English author Sebastian Faulks. It’s also been televised by Auntie – aka the BBC. Birdsong on tour, marking the 100th anniversary of the end of