Monthly Archives: February 2016

A Garden Bridge for London? Or a Utopia for the toffs

A Garden Bridge spanning the River Thames, open sometimes to some people and in need of £millions. Perhaps it should be called the Garden Folly Continue reading

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A few memories for National Libraries Day

There seems to be a ‘National Day’ for virtually everything nowadays as organisations and other concerns vie for our attention and highlight the importance of whatever the subject may be. None more so than National Libraries Day because they are … Continue reading

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Death has a tight schedule

It can’t have escaped your notice there have been quite a few deaths recently; David Bowie, Alan Rickman, Terry Wogan and my Auntie; each having in common the speed at which they moved from one world to the next, leaving … Continue reading

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