A society that seeks only to meet the needs, answer the questions and aspirations of only one group needs fine tuning. It’s uncivilised. Austerity has been used for the past forty years as a weapon against understanding, insight into who we are, why we are here and what we need at home, at work and […]Read More Stand Up For A Working Life Full of Promise, Purpose and Meaning For Everyone: Project Civil Life: Get Rid Of The Lottery?
For more information about this article, the raffle, National Eyecare Week, retinal scanning or hearing tests contact Manager Sarita Sharma 0115 9518980 Featured image: Krishan Parmar’s Just Giving Climb Kilamanjaro for Alzheimer’s page What do Alzheimer’s and Kilimanjaro have in common? Krishna Parmar, Director of Specsavers, Beeston who’s climbing it with her brave two might […]Read More Handmade Baby Bedroom Mobiles, -A Chinese Kite(!) Raffle Prizes For Alzheimer’s and Vision Aid: Kilamanjaro Climb By Director Mum Krishna, Daughters Jyoti and Amisha
Featured image: Rockley Memorial Play Park Radcliffe on Trent, Nottinghamshire I originally wrote this article on Sunday 13th November, 2016. I’ve revisited it as on 16th September 2018 there were two events, Let’s Ride (wow, 6000 cyclists turned out along the 6km route!) and, at the Arboretum, Nottingham Green Festival. When I think about the […]Read More Why Not Sculpture, All Year, Along the Riverbank?
Featured Image: Sally Rooney’s Normal People published by Faber and Faber A dystopian culture games you and undermines you even before you’ve been born. A maiming that’s a bit like Kwashiokor, starvation you are born with. Above: The Famine sculpture in Dublin. File photograph: Frank Miller It’s all embracing: cradle to cradle, suffocating, crippling, like […]Read More TB Of The Sold Or Beyond Dystopian Consumption: Reconnecting History, Culture and Knowledge: Why We Need A New Way Of Writing Now
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Science shows us how the world is built. Can science fiction help us build a better world? Follow @damiengwalter on Twitter The Blue Marble Astronaut Jack Schmitt released the shutter on the 70 millimeter Hasselblad camera at 5:39 AM on 7th December 1972. The Apollo 17 mission to the moon…