Blog Archives

Getting to know you, getting to know all about you…

How well do you know your colleagues? How well do you know the people with whom you come into contact regularly at work? Ros Gray asks these questions, says why it’s important, and gives examples of what you can do

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Posted in communicating, friendship, health, music, public sector, working practices, workplace

DonateLife Transplant Choir

An inspiring guest blog this week from Rob Graham, husband on Kathryn Graham who is waiting for a new heart and lungs, and who blogs to raise awareness of organ donation. Rob tells us of the first public performance of

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Posted in communities, festival, friendship, good causes, health, setting goals, special events

The small things

Another lovely ‘Aaaaah’ post about another special father and daughter moment – and this one has a song about a turtle. The small things by John Patterson.

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Posted in family, film/video, humour, learning, music, turtles

Wor Oratorio

Our regular host Janet Davies blogs this week about attending a singing workshop in ‘Wor Oratorio‘. Hopefully there’ll be more singing to come in 2013. Wor Oratorio by Janet Davies.

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Posted in music

I wish it could be Christmas every day…..

Carol Woolley has been getting into the Christmas spirit and singing her heart out with several festive perfromances with the chior she is a part of. It seems any tune is on the playlist from the traditional to the modern,

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Posted in festival, music, special events

The Virtual Choir

A warm welcome to new weekly blog club member Carol Woolley who shares information about a Virtual Choir. This concepts sees people from around the world recording themselves singing along to a score and posting online – with truly wonderful

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Posted in communities, film/video, movies, music, performing arts, visual arts