The Fab Gift Boutique
27 July 2015 Okay – following this post I published late last week: http://swindonian.me/2015/07/23/summer-stuff-to-do-in-swindon-on-the-cheap/ someone put a comment on my Born again Swindonian Facebook page about this: http://www.museumofcomputing.org.uk/innovation5 I hadn’t heard of it so thought I’d just chuck it out there. It sounds like fab family activity. Links to the official websites of all
This post is just by way of highlighting a lovely blog called ‘Swindon Arts Blog‘: https://swindonartsblog.wordpress.com I love the strapline on it: SWINDONARTSBLOG: Living in an unexpected creative hotspot… because we do – and the author of this blog, Benjamin, Twitter: @swindonartsblog – is not alone in having noticed that Swindon
Friday 1st May 2015 I’ve written about Richard Jefferies and the museum dedicated to his life and works on this blog before. Last summer the museum starting putting on cream teas in the garden and the Mulberry tea room so I put out a post about that. More recently, together
As my regular listeners know, the guest blog posts on Born again Swindonian often occur as a result of interactions on social media. This post though is the exception that proves the rule as I met Mandy, it’s author, via Outset Swindon both of us having been through their programme.
Sunday 15th March 2015 [jetpack_subscription_form] Listeners! I’m trying to complement/add to this blog presence by getting it out there on various social media platforms. For quite some time now the blog has had its own Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/BornAgainSwindonian – Please give it a like if you use Facebook. But it now also
29th January 2015 Hello listeners. This post is by way of a guest post from Francis Barrone about International Women’s Day and how it is marked here in Swindon. You can read more about the movement itself on the IWD website here: http://www.internationalwomensday.com Follow @womensday on Twitter using #womensday Frances and Karen are looking