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Learning, printing, filming and being lovely

Hello lovely bloggers, and fans of reading blogs, it is me, Kate Bentham, here as your Weekly Blog Club host for week 13. How has your week been? Good Easter break? Glad to see that some of you have been

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Churchill, Lemons, Lists and Sunshine

Well, well, well, you have been busy this week. What a bumper crop of blogs you’ve kindly submitted for the rest of the world to enjoy, it’s really rather kind of you. Thanks. A couple of our bloggers took up

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Tonight Matthew, I’m going to be….

Working for the local authority in which you live can be tricky, as Phil Jewitt explains in his blog for week 9. Contributing to discussion and debate as a resident about plans of your employer sometimes needs clarifying so there is

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Shift happens

An insightful blog from Phil Jewitt this week who shares with us the work he is doing at Leeds City Council to encourage services to use social media and become more sociable. He shares how through the support and guidance

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Welcome to 2014 and Year 3

Appropriately, we had 14 posts for Week 1 of 2014. It’s wonderful when coincidences like that happen (and if I managed to miss your post, it will go into Week 2’s list). I was delighted to see posts from a

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Highlights, hopes, growing places & 2013 in review

This is the #WeeklyBlogClub Week 52 summary. That means that we’ve been going for two whole years – which is not bad since I thought that the blog would trail off and end by March 2012. We have had over

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Always people first

A great blog from Phil Jewitt about developing a sociable organisation in order to encourage people across organisations to tell their stories. Phil explains that whilst the story telling is now really happening and other people are beginning to learn

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