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John Wade
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Joining up the planks.
Joining up the planks.

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parkrun goes EAST. The nudge nudge of running in a park.

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Would you think that streaming services would help vinyl record sales? Believe it.

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What do you pay attention to? 

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The Pavilion at Stratford-upon-Avon Rec looks a bit lonely toady. But last Saturday we had 450 runners and 24 volunteers. I wonder how many we'll have this week? parkrun #2 9.00am

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Skills coach, Katie talks about some of the challenges that people face when they’re looking to get into work and explains some of the things that skills coaches can do to help. http://socsi.in/OwoqA

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Well worth signing up for this if you are interested in learning a bit more about ABCD.
WEBINAR - Making A Difference In Your Community

Join us on February 22nd at 7.0pm (GMT) when we discuss with Cormac Russell how we can make a difference in our community by building on the assets and strengths of our local community. Cormac will give us examples of where this has happened successfully.

http://app.webinarjam.net/register/20480/b7b0083f0d

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I love this way of gathering together great stories in one place.

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An interesting panel

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What an emotive image. 
Fort Dunlop in Birmingham, UK.  Fort Dunlop was the common name for the tyre factory which had become part of the Birmingham skyline. It was established in 1917. Despite Luftwaffe bombing raids which damaged part of the building in World war II, the Fort by 1954 employed 10,000 workers. In the 1970's it was still the largest tyre factory outside the United States, however, the increased number of foreign cars imported into Britain led to a decline in demand, the company was sold in the 1980's and large-scale tyre production ceased at Fort Dunlop. The building was derelict for about 20 years. The building has now been redeveloped and opened again in 2006. In 2015 over 30 companies occupied it's office space including the companies blah blah... 
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River Cherwell seen from Magdalen bridge/Oxford /England
A world of beauty
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