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Paper bags and sowing seeds

"Buckbee's seeds full of life"

Thank you very much to all those who contributed to and tweeted about the Week 4 posts. The subjects of the posts were thought-provoking and honest, although sometimes difficult. Michael Canavan’s post about when CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) may not be

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Hubs, Health and Happy Shoes

Week 18? Already? Well I never. It’s true that time flies when you’re enjoying yourself and this week has flown by for me because I’ve been enjoying the 11 fabulous blogs submitted. I especially liked the blog post by Karen Hart

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Hampshire publishes Aerial Photography as open data (finally!)

Mark Braggins updates us on some exciting developments on the Hampshire Hub blog. After spending the summer of 2013 working with Blom Aerofilm capturing aerial photography of Hampshire, the high resolution imagery and data is now available as open data. The

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The grey and the green

A wonderful blog from Diane Sims this week who shares the love and history of a willow tree in her garden. The tree sadly took a massive hit from a storm at the end of last year. Diane talks about

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The importance of communicating (and more drones)

Thank you very much to all who contributed the 10 posts in week 17. I am going to start this summary by mentioning the post that I think must have been the toughest to write. Kirsty Bowie wrote about the

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Serious selfies, spring, and sensations

Thank you very much to all the contributors to Week 12’s 15 posts. Since I am behind on summaries, I hope that this brief summary will be enough to lead you to explore these posts. I found them all well worth

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Leaving, changing, starting, springing

Despite the date on this summary, I am writing it a month after it should have been written (I have been very busy, mostly with voluntary work for a community group), so I will attempt the briefest summary I have written

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