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In normal circumstances regular business blogging activity is a thing you should do. Along with brushing your teeth. And you can find a bit more about business blogging and its benefits here. But we don’t have normal circumstances. What we have is a Covid-19 pandemic throttling the world. So, if you’ve not done business blogging before here’s 5 reasons to blog NOW.
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.
Built in 1870, 380 ft (1115.8m), 15ft (4.6m) wide and 7ft (2-1m) high, the GWR Workers’ tunnel still provides the main pedestrian access from the railway village to the Works’ site.
SWINDON NIGHT SHELTER OFFERS ACTIVITY SESSIONS TO HELP THE HOMELESS UPSKILL Swindon Night Shelter Activity SessionsGUESTS at Swindon Night Shelter will get the opportunity to take part in activity sessions from next week (May 11) to support them with life skills.The...
The Swindon Renew Men’s Shed project is seeking ‘shedders’ to come along and take part in activities when it opens up again on May 11th.
May 2021Swindon GWR Park Consultation Our survey says The GWR Park, in the GWR railway village, is a fabulous green space. It's one that's been much-loved and much-used by Swindon residents for over 170 years. Here it was, that the famous cricket hero, DR WG Grace,...
Having covered a good chunk of Swindon’s fabulous GWR Railway Village in my Swindon in 50 Buildings book, I’m making up for the omission of this building there – here. If you’re with me.
So today myself and two friends enjoyed a delicious if chilly lunch on the new dining deck area at the Swindon DoubleTree Hilton Hotel at Lydiard Fields.
Peroni Red Label BeerI guess this one is a bit of a cheat in that I've already done a generic Italian beer post in this Swindon in 50 drinks blog series. But here I'm taking the top off Peroni Red Label beer,In that post I covered the ubiquitous Peroni Nastro Azzuro...
Dr Desmond Morris artist and anthropologist is a zoologist, ethologist & popular author on the topic of socio-biology & a son of Swindon!
Canadian Airman Memorial Swindon
On a corner of Ermin Street in the Stratton area of Swindon there sits this bench. What follows explains why it’s there.
The Platform Project continues to grow as it welcomes two new partnership managers. The new team members will create closer relationships with local employers and further reduce youth unemployment.
Bradford on Avon is a market town in West Wiltshire, situated upon one of the many rivers in Britain called the Avon. Avon comes from afon – Welsh for river.