Poles to get painting gift from ‘twins’ (From Swindon Advertiser). And yet more from the Swindon Advertiser regarding multicultural Swindon. Swindon is celebrating it’s 10th anniversary with Torun in Poland.
The fate of Mela is in your hands (From Swindon Advertiser). A timely article from the Swindon Advertiser about the fate of our wonderful Mela given my ‘hot-off-the’press’ post about Swindon’s multiculturalism in the series of 10 things to celebrate about Swindon – which was a lovely guest contribution from Brian
17th September 2013 Well dear readers, here we are with the last in my series of 10 things I think are worth celebrating about Swindon. As I said in No 9 it’s not by any means a definitive list, just 10 things that have made an impression on me. Any one
Tuesday 17th September Remembering the days of our glorious murals (From Swindon Advertiser). Here’s a lovely article by Barry Leighton in today’s Swindon Advertiser reminiscing about the glory days of Swindon’s murals. I’ve written about Ken White myself on this blog. As Barry notes in his article, many of these
Sunday 15th December Well. Ain’t life strange? No sooner do I publish a fairly extensive post about the very extensive arts in Swindon in which I make the observation that there’s bound to be something/s I don’t know about or have missed. No sooner have I pressed ‘Publish’ than this film from
Just saw this on Twitter and thought it needed to be shared. Of course I’ve blogged about our amazing Swindon Viewpoint once or twice on this blog. http://about.me/markkeen – for Swindon cable archives. SWINDON CABLE ARCHIVE – The History of Community Television in Swindon on Vimeo on Vimeo via SWINDON CABLE ARCHIVE –
So, here I am with the penultimate post in my series of 10 things to celebrate about Swindon. It’s not a definitive list of course – it’s merely the first 10 things that popped into my head of the things that Swindon has that I consider to be worthy of
Jon is a Swindon-based professional photographer of architecture, portraits & landscapes. Currently he is photographing long-term urban regeneration & infrastructure projects. His blog features, amongst other things, Interesting Swindon based photographs, including this one of a mural on Alexandra Road. Jon is currently studying for a Foundation Degree in Professional Photography through
Arkell’s historic festival | Swindon Viewpoint. A short film from Swindon’s community television organisation, Swindon Viewpoint. This one recording a festival celebrating 170 years of Arkell’s brewery where, as their website tells: ‘The beer is still brewed in much the same way as it was when John Arkell first made it
Vintage Bus Tour: the joys of Swindon, with surprises and guests along the way. Last year’s poetry bus was a blast so hoping to get a ticket to ride this one!