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In The Garden With Ciaran Burke 17th December 2011
about families interview
Enjoying the @Audioboo pop up community this week.
My day was going really well as I was traveling to a drug calculations session ready for my nursing job interview. However the train...
The role of the state (8/11)
The Open University - Social Sciences
The role of the state Attitudes towards to the state - its role and its scale - play a crucial role in determining public health...
Community dental work (11/16)
The Open University - Health and Social Care
Community dental work A dental nurse visits a school to give pupils a fun and informative lesson on dental hygiene and the importance...
Hayley Norris - Parent of Jonah - pupil at Ty Gwyn Special School in Cardiff
Audiobooth Update. suggestions?
Remix idea is excellent! I love the interactive/ collaborative stuff !!
Bathgate Christmas Street Fair 2014 - pt3. #BathgateChristmasStreetFair #soundscape #recev
Part3 of A soundscape from the annual Christmas Street Fair (2014) in my home town of Bathgate. Sounds of stallholders, people, bands,...
Well done - also sax, and clarinet. Here's a link to the bands website. The band has an unusual configuration, described in the first paragraph on the 'home' page ;) http://www.linlithgowreedband.org.uk/
What a fabulous band! I love that version of O Little Town of Bethlehem. It's a wonderful tune. It's also the tune of All Beautiful the March of Days, which I used to sing at school when I was a wee lass. Let's see; I heard trumpets, trombones, tubas, flutes, piccolos, timpani, and possibly other percussive instruments as well. OH, and I think I heard a French horn.
CCFM radio interview 5Feb15
Later thoughts from the Car Boot Sale 04/07/14 #thoughts #carbootsale
#Russian - ИНФОРМАТОР - @z1radio
ZoneOneRadio's Russian language show for London's Russian community this week looks at art... Это Информатор – еженедельная...
Sir Ned Huntington Whiteley at the launch of Time to Give Essex, an innovative programme aiming to join philanthropists in local giving.
The next big challenge: mental health (11/11)
The Open University - Social Sciences
The next big challenge: mental health Mental health issues as the next big public health challenge. Part 11 of 11:...
#Febooary2015 Day18 - Laughed till it Hurt. #febooary #2015 #day18 #laughedtillithurt
I live in a relatively rural area connected by a handful of small towns before they bleed into a mid-market size town/city like Green Bay. Even in this type of area, I’ve noticed the resurgence of the farmers markets and coffee shops. The interesting thing about the small local coffee shops in the towns of only a few thousand people, if not less, is that it’s just not “old people” there drinking a 50 cent cup of coffee. There are all kinds of people willing to spend $5 on a coffee drink and just hang out for a while. For me, it’s a relatively cheap way to find something to do without being stuck in the house. Great post!
The Farmer's Market movement is a wonderful, healthy thing for so many reasons. Yes, the social aspect. Also organic produce and fresh air. But community overall. Yay!
Which is why there will always be an England. It's really too bad we don't have the equivalent here, generally speaking...
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Alisdair Gray - Communication Head
Both of those ideas would RAWK!
Martin Booth talks at Funding Pioneers 2010 about why community ownership is the solution for pub closure and the challenges it presents
This is a really interesting approach. Traditional crowd funding!!
Paw-louse 5K Fun Run and Walk
Fun Runs and walks are popular on the Palouse, but what if you could bring your dog, and help raise money for the Humane Society? Lauren...
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