Some Blogs I like.
Well, obviously I think my blog is amazing. But there are a few others around that are worth your while checking out. What follows is a quick list.
As ever in no particular order – but depending what your interests are – I present: some blogs I like.
If you’re into gardens, art galleries and walking about a bit – this blog by Linda Kasmaty is for you. It even goes wider afield than Swindon: http://kasmaty.blogspot.com
For lovers of local history
If you’ve any interest in Swindon’s history at all you really must have a look at France’s Bevan’s blog, Swindon in the Past Lane: http://swindonhistory.blogspot.com
For all things Swindon Museum and Art gallery and art collection related visit this one: https://artontour489147035.wordpress.com
Keeping with the arts, the friends of the Museum and Art gallery have a blog too and it’s worth a peek. You’ll find it here.
For all things WordPress, websites and more visit this blog from Martin Jarvis of DMJ Computing services: https://dmjcomputerservices.com/blog/
To keep up-to-date on anything to do with Wills and Lasting powers of attorney check out Swindon Will writing’s blog here. NB: Swindon Will writing is run by Reshma Field.
Miscellaneous and interesting stuff
If you’re into 3D printing and/or baked goods then this blog from Jo Rigden who is SED Developments is worth a peek: https://www.sed-developments.co.uk/home/blog/ Who know that STEM and baking could go together? That’s definitely STEAM.
Fashion your thing? Get your fix here with this fab blog from Ishbel’s Wardrobe – Wiltshire and Swindon’s sustainable stylist.
Planning a wedding or a special celebration of some kind? Then you should be reading this blog from Sandra Trusty who is Fabulous Functions UK.
For news and views from Carol Aplin, Swindon-based makers of organic and vegan skincare the Pink&Green blog is a must read.
Simon Webb makes superb, hand-turned writing instruments and cufflinks from wonderful timbers. He’s building a nice set of blogs all around the subject. There isn’t a direct link to his blog. But you’ll get to it from his website here – on the right hand side just below the top image.