Monthly Archives: April 2014

Drawing, Drones, Deliveries and Decisions

Hello all, it’s Kate Bentham here looking after Weekly Blog Club for week 16, I hope you’re all well and looking forward to finding out about the amazing 15 blogs we’ve had submitted this week. Big thanks to all our

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Drones – opportunity or threat?

I always enjoy reading blogs from Mark Braggins as he tends to introduce me to something new in the technology world, and I learn loads for reading them. This blog is no different as Mark discusses the possible opportunities and

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SKY DIVING

A great blog from Shelagh Creegan who reflects on her guest host of the @WeNurses chat site. Shelgah introduces me to the term Sky Divers, which refers to other social media enthusiasts, and also to SoMe leadership, communication, learning and outcome based

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South West Trains and Engineering work.

Football supporter Peter Olding has been inconvenienced when travelling to home games because of months of Network Rail engineering works, causing him to catch the replacement bus service to see his beloved AFC Bournemouth play. South West Trains posted a tweet recently

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Pizzas are delivered………

On the Dumfries and Galloway Health blog this week we hear from Consultant Midwife Karen King. Karen blogs about promoting women to have a normal birth and the crucial role midwives have in supporting this. The emphasis in Karen’s blogs

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Hatton Gallery drawing session 8

Janet Davis blogs about session 8 of Hatton Gallery drawing group and the work she did on collage. Janet explains that the inspiration for this session came from Eduardo Paolozzi’s Bunk! exhibition and pop art. Janet also looks at the

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Hatton Gallery drawing session 7

The theme for session 7 of the Hatton Gallery Drawing group was Marilyn Monroe, and Janet Davis shares with us the image she created from the exhibition of photographs. Janet draws a reflection of an image of this iconic woman.

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