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People Power Brum aims to put local power in the hands of citizens

A Kings Norton reader draws attention to the events of 2015, when a coalition of self-styled independents, united by the belief that democracy needs to be revived, were elected to… 364 more words


6 Day Trips from Manchester for Nature Lovers

Over the past year, I have made it my mission to get to know my surroundings a little better. I’ll be the first to hold my hands up and admit that I’m usually dreaming of travelling to far off places, but I have slowly come to realise that Manchester is the perfect jump off point to a number of truly beautiful locations. 881 more words


Summer Yoga 2018

Bookings are now being taken for the spring term which commences on Monday, 9th April.  You will find details of all classes under the “Classes” section. 47 more words


Why Colin can't remember – reflections on Alan Garner's 'Boneland'

Boneland must be one of the strangest sequels ever written. It is not Alan Garner’s best book, but for the questions it poses, it is of great interest to all of us who write for children. 1,509 more words


Reading Through Cookbooks

To help myself find new recipes to try as part of my 25 Things To Do Before Turning 25 post, I read through some of my cookbooks.

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Hello hello, everyone.I hope y’all had a great time.Today’s topic it is sweet potato.The sweet potato was domesticated more than 5,000 years ago. It is one of the oldest vegetables know…



Artist Eric Jackson releases witty artwork of Sale

Manchester artist Eric Jackson has released a poster of Sale, with a cheeky modern twist. After a 37 year career in journalism, Eric, 60, from Stockport, has returned to his love of art, selling tongue in cheek posters that take a humorous look at areas around Manchester, including Altrincham, Timperley and Urmston. 241 more words