18th September [jetpack_subscription_form] Five Rhythms Dancing First steps taken to bring mindful dancing to Wiltshire A type of dance which requires no skill and no compulsory lycra, and is open to everyone, regardless of ability or disability, is being brought to Wiltshire. 5Rhythms dance dates back to the 70s, and
15th September 2017 [jetpack_subscription_form] A Swindon Market History Doing some stuff for Swindon Civic Voice apropos of the demolition of the tented market and the proposed new development I came across this history of the tented market. NB: If you want to read the SCV submission to the council regarding the new
11th September 2017 [jetpack_subscription_form] South Asian Performing Arts Centre: Tabla and Sitar at Swindon Arts Centre Where: Swindon Arts Centre When: Friday 6th October 2017 Book Online: www.swindontheatres.co.uk Telephone: 01793 524481 Swindon South Asian Performing Arts Centre Tabla Event http://www.jonsterckx.co.uk/indian-music ‘Samswara – Sitar & Tabla / Indian Music Performances,
3rd September 2017 [jetpack_subscription_form] Why I love Old Town Hello listeners Gosh, September is here and autumn is now fast approaching. So here’s a nice opportunity to share a few lines and photographs from Odile Motte that are a perfect evocation of long, sultry summer evenings from earlier this year.
30th August 2017 [jetpack_subscription_form] Pew here for a hand-turned pen with a Christ Church connection Swindon pen-maker Simon Webb, has a well-established reputation for fashioning exquisite hand-made pens from wood connected to aspects of Swindon’s history. The latest piece of piece of wood to enter his workshop is a section