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Blogging, walking, leading and bins

Hello, yes it’s me Kate Bentham back for another week as guest curator of Weekly Blog Club. We’re into week 15 of year two and had some wonderful blogs submitted this week, the quality and content of which have been amazing. The

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A Rural Walk April 2013

As a big fan of Janet Davis’s Urban Walk blog posts, Kate Bentham has decided to take us all on a Rural Walk, around the lanes, fields and churchyard of her village. Look out for the Interesting Gravestone. A Rural

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TELFORD LIFE: How a town is using digital to connect

Dan Slee shares some cracking examples of how communities in Telford are using digital technology to communicate and connect. Lots of learning in this blog which others might consider for their communities. LIFE: How a town is using digital to connect by Dan Slee

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Choosing Quality Childcare

The recent edition of Dispatches on Channel 4 that looked at childcare may have left some parents worried and confused. But this great blog from Shropshire Family Information Service may clarify the situation and help you to choose the right

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A photomarathon challenge part 1

Kate Bentham took on her own Photomarathon Challenge for her week 39 post. Kate has managed to share photos from 4 of the 10 categories in her Part One blog. A photomarathon challenge part 1by Kate Bentham

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Being a real authority

A warm Weekly Blog Club welcome to Jon King. Jon writes about how social media, and in particular blogging, has supported frontline staff in Shropshire tell the story of their service and the story of their audiences. Very useful blog

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