Above: Sharrowvale Sheffield Barber and Yorkshire Motorsport’s Harewood, Gurston Hill Climb, Prescott Gold Cup, Midland Speed, Curborough Sprint Champ Sarah Bosworth in her beautiful Lotus Elise People run, cycle, climb and drive across the landscape and the communal is a sign of a living, breathing, culture. As we slowly come out of lockdown, those dreams, achievements, skills […]Read More Sharp And Tasteful: Rally Champ Sarah And Husband Mick Reinvent The Barbering Space Post Lockdown Appointments: Sharrowvale Barbers 07783 629062
Featured Image: BBC Journalist Chris Mason hams up his hair before live “Trimdependence” Saturday 4th July 2020 Above: 4th July haircut for BBC Presenter Chris Mason The connection between community, skills and the economy is alive when you think about the skills of barbers and hairdressers. They wake up the high street and our going out […]Read More Transformations Are Us: More Than The Pub Opening: More Than Our First Post Lockdown Haircut….
4th July 2020 102 year old actor Earl Cameron died today (above Earl at 91 receiving his CBE at Buckingham Palace in 2009) Earl’s life, like Dame Vera Lynn’s life, really mattered. Above: Never Again: by John Heartfield produced in 1940 but not printed until 1959 and As In the Middle Ages, so In […]Read More 4th July West Bridgford, Nottingham, UK, America, Palestine, South Africa: People Who Care About An Inclusive, Restorative, Healthy Economy: Black Lives Matter: Black Health And Longevity
Featured Image: Miele WEA025 7kg 1400 rpm A+++ Energy rating £579 Our washing machine stopped working unexpectedly: it was old and although you can replace bearings, apparently easily, I wasn’t at that stage of environmental development and started looking online: John Lewis, Homesource4U, Gumtree. I wanted a Miele washing machine because they’re reliable and efficient but […]Read More Re-Use, Repair, Recycle: Now Miele Are Pretty Good Washing Machines, So Why Not Reconditioned In Nottingham? Contact Paul: 07593163859
Above Lloyd working on a hedge, Bridgford Road West Bridgford last week Whether we’re in a new future after lockdown where the dreams, hopes, skills, friendships and relationships we’ve grown and gained could bring economic change. Changing the planet one garden at a time: Ron Finlay, the Gangsta Gardener in Los Angeles has been combining […]Read More Ground Control? Their Feet Are Firm, Partnership Strong: Lloyd and Luke Are Reliable, Thorough: Experienced In All Aspects Of Garden Maintenance: Mowing Pastures Green: Speak To Lloyd on 07984414839
Always look for information on the Gov.UK website. 23rd June 2020 Webinar 9.45-10.30 This was excellent. Below is my transcription: HMRC updates webinars are regularly updated: visit gov.uk David and Laura from HMRC managed the presentation: they started with a poll: 82 % have been trading before 2016, 1%% since 2017, 6% 2018 Just started […]Read More Protect Your Business: Save Jobs: HMRC Self Employed Income Support Scheme Part 2 23rd June Webinar: Laura And David HMRC: Also: Get Help: Extra Support If You Have A Disability, Mental Health Issue 0800 024 1222 Only Use This Number If You’re In This Category:
Above: First image: Ahamaud Arberry (25) Murdered 27th May in Georgia, the first slave state colonised by the spanish in the 16th century: the first enslaved Africans (1526) rebelled and lived in harmony with indigenous indians on the Georgia and Carolina coast.Second image: Rayshard Brooks (27) murdered on 12th June by police in Atlanta the first […]Read More Speak Up/Speak Out Podcast: Episode 6: George Floyd Memorial: I Want To Be Treated As A Human Being, Communicated With As A Human Being: It’s The Only Right I Insist On: The Right To Be Human: It’s All I’m Asking For: Frantz Fanon (who died of Leukaemia at 36)
Children are always actively solving problems in and through play: Jean Stansfield knew this in 1966 when she walked the length and breadth of the Wilford Hill estate to get signatures on her petition for a park for the children who lived on Stowe Avenue, Uppingham Crescent and Wilford Hill because after the houses were […]Read More Stay Safe (Finish), Hop, Tuck Jump, Skip, Stand On The Answer, Firework Jumps, Go Crazy: Thinking About Freedom, Work, Play, Past And Present In An Open City
Featured image: 1977 cover of the Bulletin of Environmental Education (30pence) which worked to communicate ideas of architecture, building and planning for a good life to more people, more of the time. In 2016 an idea stole my heart. It crept up on me. It was only a meeting of a new Civic Exchange supported […]Read More Art Is In My Heart: Let’s Grow New Kinds Of Jobs, Businesses And Training In Nottingham See The Roots In Everyone
We all know that even before the virus Sars Covid 2 and the illness Covid 19, that we’d begun to question the value of the Jeremy Kyle style media ‘truths’ (described by the inequality charity Runnymede as “prole porn” in favour of a new kind of TV documentary truth about the people who work in […]Read More Dave And Rob Maintenance Engineers From Amey Say: Stop Choking The Toilets, Drains And Oceans: Give The Planet A Chance!