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Wrapped around Born Again Swindonian, are the activities by which I earn a crust. Namely: content marketing articles for, or articles about, Swindon & Wiltshire businesses for placement on this blog in either/or the Swindon in Business and Made in Wiltshire sections of the blog.
Before we go any further let’s be clear on the difference between a wedding plannerand a wedding and event stylist.
The on-the-ground research for this Swindon in 50 Drinks post about hot chocolate necessitated a return visit to Los Gatos, on Devizes Road in Old Town.
Places snapped up for video blogging course aiming to put business people in the picture.
Hurry! There are now only two places left for the March course, run by Swindon-based Eight Interactive, which creates video and digital content for businesses.
Digital apprentices gained business social media insights thanks to Wiltshire expert Yola O’Hara.
The British Computer Society invited Yola, founder of Royal Wootton Bassett-based social media company Visually Explained, to present and run workshops at an event in London. The BCS staged the event to tie in with National Apprenticeship Week.
Flexer & Sandiland (UK) & dybwikdans (Norway) bring Curiouser: A dance adventure – a delightful dance and digital show to Swindon Dance: 22 February at 10.30am and 1.30pm.
Swindon Dance reside in the Town Hall on Regent Circus. Featured in both Secret Swindon AND Swindon in 50 Buildings. The town hall houses the fab Charlotte Corday statue and has the most amazing railings outside it.
New IT business: Supportwise. Entrepreneur Chris Goodchild has set up his own IT business after becoming disillusioned working for companies using outsourced call centres with little personal service.
Inching along with Swindon in 50 More Buildings, this post is about St Augustine’s Church in Even Swindon, Rodbourne. Having covered St Mark’s and St Barnabas (Gorse Hill) in Swindon in 50 Buildings, I had to get St Augustine’s into this blog series.
The Prospect Beerhouse is a building with an interesting history – both during and after its period as a beerhouse. And it’s now the home of my friends, Jo Garton and Chris Eley. It’s interesting, because when you’re in the house you do a feel it’s early life.
Right! If your perception of sherry is the dark, somewhat sweet stuff you remember your granny drinking in a schooner at Christmas – prepare for a surprise. Because there’s as much variety with it as there is with other wines. The fortified wine you associate with grandma and Christmas is more than likely Harvey’s Bristol Cream – or something similar.
I've been meaning to do this post about Revolution Performing Arts for a while now. But y'know how it is. I'm sorry Fi! Fiona Di Silva Adams invited me to attend the show, by Revolution Performing Arts, called Be Your Unique at Swindon's Arts Centre earlier in...