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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.
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.
Back in the day, Swindon was something of a mural capital thanks to the work of Swindon-born artist Ken White. One by one his murals disappeared and now only one remains, the first one, the Golden Lion Bridge mural.
Swindon Health Hydro Newsletter – from the friends of Swindon Health Hydro edited only for SEO and YOAST purposes.
SWINDON SOCIAL ENTERPRISE PROJECT OFFERS A BRIGHTER FUTURE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE A Brighter Future for Young PeopleTwo teenagers from Swindon are celebrating their dream jobs offer. All thanks to The Platform Project’s internship scheme.Charlotte Hinds (18) is now working...
‘We had a fantastic response to our survey about GWR Park – over 400 people told us why the park is important and what needs to change. A draft conservation management plan has now been prepared by landscape architects Cookson and Tickner. That plan that takes on board these views and sets out the park’s future management.
Wiltshire is the finest county, with a great many things to see and do, and good access to London and Bristol. If, like me you’re interested in the past, there is, what appears to be, an endless supply of antiquities to study. Such as the Alton Barnes white horse.
After twenty years of watching one of the country’s most erudite, well-loved and downright funny comedians, Simon Evans’s fans could excuse themsleves for thinking they know who is and what he’s about.
Swindon-based mortgage expert Chris Blackwell has donated new kit to the Wroughton Youth Football Club’s Under 8s Wolves team. A team he played with during his own childhood.
For the first time, a collective of pioneers in climate change solutions – including Wiltshire-based Good Energy – have come together. Their aim? To help make a city’s transport cleaner and greener – sooner rather than later.
RPA arts fun for ALL
The team at Revolution Performing Arts have joined the national HAF initiative. It’s backed by England footballer Marcus Rashford MBE.
As if all the bru ha ha surrounding the Oasis leisure centre were not enough and in a week when SBC announce their intention of launching a city status bid, they also announce closure of the museum and art gallery in Swindon’s Old Town.
Quite how one might a city in possession of an art collection of national importance yet nowhere to see it is a mystery to me. But then so much of what SBC does is a mystery to me. This is the unfunniest of jokes.