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Tea@Tidser pt.3

We arrived at our next change over the historic town of Buxton famous for its grand and lavish buildings and of course its water.

We headed up to its once grand station to jump on to our next connection but with a good half hour to kill we decided to have a walk around the towns once grand railway junctions. 315 more words


Snowy Nature

Hello everyone and thank you for reading this blog post today, I haven’t been blogging for a while but i have still been out and about in nature. 119 more words


Day 24 of 365 - Depletion, Suffering, Rewards

Late night last night at a meal with work colleagues. Dinner at 8, in bed by 1 and up at 9. Potter around for another 2 hours and then get running. 128 more words


Paul Robeson brought to life on stage

Paul Robeson was one of the 20th century’s most impressive but overlooked figures. He had a successful career as a famous actor and singer but not many people know he was a political activist and played a huge role in the civil rights movement in America. 244 more words


Building economic resilience in Buxton

Now out is the  BUXTON ECONOMIC RESILIENCE STUDYSteady State Manchester contributed to the initial workshop that launched this work, and we are delighted to see the publication of the report.  329 more words


Day 18 of 365 - Start & End

The day began with a spot of car skating and yet another day of colourful starts.

I was hoping for a clear sky and the chance to run under the stars but I’ll settle for the colours that the place I’ve grown to call home presented this evening.