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The little duck and the Tamworth pigs

A story of a little drama from down on the (urban) farm for Week 38. The little duck and the Tamworth pigs by Janet E Davis.

Posted in ducks, pigs, storytelling

Boris, boxing, blogging – and piglets with curly wurly tails

Bloggers contributed a baker’s dozen of posts in Week 19 of Weekly Blog Club, with topics ranging from the result of the Mayor of London election to piglets and many topics in between. This week’s ‘sports supplement’ comes from Ross

Posted in #WeeklyBlogClub summary, animations or cartoons, boxing, cultural heritage, culture, digital technology, dogs puppies, film, football, leadership, local government, management, media, movies, painting drawing, pigs, politics, poverty, public sector, setting goals, social media, storytelling, Third sector, training, working practices

The use of piglets in social meda

Kate Bentham blogged about the use of cute baby animals (including piglets) in social media, and how different material is appropriate for different but great online services. There may be mention of a Curly Wurly too. The use of piglets

Posted in animals, blogging, communicating, communities, cultural heritage, customer service, family, local government, pigs, social media, storytelling, working practices