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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.
Charities from across Swindon are coming together on Thursday 2nd February to hold Swindon’s Biggest Conversation
Gosh! It’s been a while since I’ve been able to do a new Swindon sons and daughters post. But thanks to a bit of help from Chris Eley, here’s William Stanier – Swindon born and lifelong railway man.
The team at Black Nova Designs is celebrating the start of 2023 by offering free website migration to its hosting service. And that includes cPanel hosting software as it gets cPanel status.
Swindon-based cleaning company So Fresh and So Clean has become one of only a small number of companies in Wiltshire and the South West qualified to undertake extreme cleaning services.
In 2022 the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) launched Swindon Day on 22 January. This date date being when, in 1900, Queen Victoria signed the charter to join Old Swindon and New Swindon into one town.
The Athelstan Museum’s popular teatime talks return again in February. They promise intriguing recollections about Malmesbury and its history.
Only yesterday I put together a post about a long-standing piece of Swindon’s public art. Namely the Tricentre Chi Sculpture in the town centre dating to 1991. But for this post we come up-to-date with the plough horse sculpture on the Gablecross roundabout.
Financial Advisor Pledges Fundraising. Financial adviser Dave Southby who set up his own business a mere two years ago, has pledged to raise at least £1,500 for Swindon & Gloucestershire Mind this year.
So this post is about a thing – not a new thing – but a thing that I’ve not got around to putting on the blog. I’ve no idea why. I lose the plot on a regular basis. The subject of this post, the Chi sculpture by the Tricentre (Allied Dunbar Tricentre as was) had its unveiling in 1991. And that would be around the time I came to Swindon. Though I’ve not been writing this blog all that time.
SWINDON will mark HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY at 12 noon on Friday 27 JANUARY 2023