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Demons, downloads and daffodils

Hello, it’s me Kate Bentham again this week, starting with a shuffle of the feet and staring at the floor apology for the delay in getting this summary to you. My standards are slipping. I’ll try harder. Am I forgiven? So,

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Posted in #WeeklyBlogClub summary, Business, communicating, communities, cultural heritage, culture, digital technology, family, film/video, football, health, health services, humour, leadership, local government, management, media, mental health, public relations, public sector, rugby, social media, websites, working practices

St. Andrews Church – Starbeck Church – Update

An excellent update blog by Samuel-James Wilson on his campaign to protect the integrity and heritage of a local church. Samuel-James shares with us some of the recent correspondence he has received from the local council and company carrying out the work, which do

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Posted in archives, buildings conservation, cultural heritage, culture, good causes, public relations, working practices

Hadrian’s Wall landscapes

Just a couple of watercolours I did a few years ago of a couple of my favourite spots on Hadrian’s Wall, and a few words about them (they happen to be managed by English Heritage). Hadrian’s Wall landscapes by Janet E

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Posted in cultural heritage, painting drawing, sheep

Leaving for the future

A wonderful blog from Janet Davis who looks back on how life was in London in the middle the Thatcher years. Alongside the wealth and fashion, Janet also covers how the development of the docklands was viewed to a heritage professional and

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Posted in archives, buildings conservation, communities, construction industry, cultural heritage, culture, fashion, housing, industry, politics, regeneration, working practices

Dear May

Richard Overy has managed to find a wonderfully evocative postcard from 1906, which has a message on the back that seems to be quite the juxtaposition to the image. Visit his blog and find out more! Dear May by Richard

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Posted in archives, cultural heritage, culture, photography, storytelling

Taxidermy, Tring and taking time out

Louise Brown’s post for Week 24 of Weekly Blog Club is a good example of how one simply cannot anticipate the content of Weekly Blog Club posts. Each week is different. Louise has included two quite different aspects of British

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Posted in animals, cultural heritage, freelancers, museums, time management, working practices

A slightly different view

Photographs, art, heritage, technology, looking back to a not-so-golden past, and forward to CultureCode Hack. A slightly different view by Janet E Davis.

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