Monthly Archives: December 2013

The Gagging Bill or the Transparency in Lobbying . . . .Bill

I think I have finally understood this gagging bill which is coming back to the House of Commons soon. Having spent several years dismantling local government because it is too close to the people and out of direct Central control … Continue reading

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Sunset 2nd December, on the Upper Lewes Road

Here ’tis you hear:

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Jenny Lind close-up

On an old and unused railway bridge over New England Road a train has appeared. Here is a close-up of it: The train seems to be on the bridge, but I guess it was considered too heavy to be erected … Continue reading

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In Lewes on 2nd December

Going out to lunch with ex-work colleagues at the Swan, but in Lewes far too early so went exploring in the vicinity of County Hall. A narrow lane led me away from the County Hall buildings, at the bottom it … Continue reading

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Round Patcham with Geoff Mead

On the first of December I joined a tour with about 14 other folk, guided by Geoff, to learn more about Patcham village, a suburb of Brighton since 1928, but once a village 3 miles north of Brighton, and back … Continue reading

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Plastics and Pollution

There must be something out of sight somewhere pushing this issue.  Last week I saw an interesting exhibition in a shop front gallery just south of the bottom of Trafalgar Street.  The place is called ONCA and you can see there … Continue reading

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