One of the things I’ve been meaning to do for a really long while is update this blog. So much has happened since the last time I managed to do one. The big one of course is the end of City of Culture, and given the big half-term report I did, you might have expectedContinue reading “It’s getting pretty desperate at this end…..”
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Wroth, Films and a Random House that Feels like Silver String: Martinmas Remembered
On the 11th of November, there was just so much happening around City of Culture, starting off with the 1000-odd year old Worth Silver ceremony.
Midsummer Fire Gardens
The Midsummer Fire Gardens at Caludon Castle Park was a fantastic event. Here’s some of the highlights. The version above is on Youtube. If you would like to share this video via Facebook, you can use the version below.
A slight change of plan…
After a stacks of research, thinking things through, literally months of planning, and test events, it now time to throw out the original idea and start again! While some may question the sanity of setting up in tourism in the middle of a global pandemic, having my sanity questioned is not a new thing forContinue reading “A slight change of plan…”