Finding self and community in Swindon

finding self and community in swindon - Rock cafe St John's Church

14th November 2017 [jetpack_subscription_form] Over the last few weeks and months I’ve shared on here experiences of, and reflections about, Swindon from friends and clients. They’re all under the Switch on to Swindon category on this blog: This one comes from Catherine Attewell who wears another hat as Catherine Jay

Swindon Symphony Orchestra

Concert poster Swindon Symphony orchestra

31st October 2017 [jetpack_subscription_form] Swindon Symphony Orchestra Yes listeners. We DO have our very own symphony orchestra! Who knew?! Not me until relatively recently. Yet it’s been here for twenty-eight years!  We also have people performing chamber music recitals in Swindon too. Who knew that? I’ve said it before and

7 reasons to be switched on to Swindon

Julie outside the Nuffield Gym

12rh August 2017 [jetpack_subscription_form] 7 Reasons to Switch on to Swindon Hello listeners. Here we are in August already. Aargh! Where is the year going to? Anyway – here we are with another guest post celebrating our lovely town. This time from Julie Nicholls. Julie lives in Old Walcot and

Discovering Swindon

The Lawns Nordic walking group - discovering swindon

12th July 2017 [jetpack_subscription_form] With the Switch on to Swindon initiative in mind I’ve been asking friends and clients of AA Editorial Services to write guest blogs for me sharing their Swindon stories. This time we have Sandra Trusty who is owner of the Fab Gift Boutique, an event/wedding venue

King’s Wood Walk

Signage Kings Wood Walk

28th May 2017 [jetpack_subscription_form] King’s Farm Wood Walk With the Switch-on to Swindon initiative kicking off this year I thought it would be good to get some perspectives on Swindon from some other people instead of only mine. Read my Switch on to Swindon story here: I’ve met loads of people