Monthly Archives: October 2011

We’re still in Torques

Well, we’re all set up to visit Torque tools on Friday morning.  It’ll be interesting to see the place I visited about a year ago.  Didn’t take much notice of the layout at the time, but then I was going there … Continue reading

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two ammonites in a wall

Two ammonites were stuck in a wall.  One turns to the other and says “long time no sea”.  Well, that’s kind of what I’m thinking about the blog.  Life has been hyper-busy and hopefully now things are back to normal.  And … Continue reading

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Communities : Building Identity and Sustainability : Tuesday 15th November

Prof. Gareth Williams grew up Welsh in North London. His mother was from Neath and his father from Abercynon. He remembers his father telling him about going to hear Aneurin Bevan speak at the Abercynon Workman’s Hall. Gareth is currently … Continue reading

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