So here we are at Lammas, or Lughnasadh if you like… 1st August and the first of the three pagan … Continue reading Lammas tide
I was working up at the burial ground the other day. Charfield’s burial ground, which opened spring equinox 2012, … Continue reading Charfield Burial Ground
I’m not a civil engineer nor a highways engineer, but I’m sat in the middle of a village where we’re … Continue reading Designing Roads…
There was a South Gloucestershire Council event in Charfield Memorial Hall on Tuesday 10th April, to discuss the future of … Continue reading Building on Charfield
I attended a very interesting talk this week by Claudi Williams, a school teacher who became aware of plastic waste … Continue reading A wander through the micro beads
There’s a lot of celebration going on this week, about the centenary of the 1918 Representation of the People Act, … Continue reading Activism, and the magic of names.
A deliberately provocative title for an article draft destined for the Imbolc newsletter of The Druid Network, just prior to … Continue reading Whither Druidry