Monthly Archives: July 2014

Sight Village, Birmingham, UK 15/16 July 2014

Sight Village in Birmingham is a huge annual event covering everything from technology to a number of VI-related charities for people involved at all levels with VI. Sixth formers from a local school were on hand, armed with maps showing … Continue reading

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Flash mob (sort of)

There’s a saying round here that whatever goes wrong somehow the Friends of the Park manage to make it come right. And so it was on the night before our annual neighbourhood celebration of music and fun, Cocomad, (for those … Continue reading

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Peeling paint

Since the installation of double glazing in weatherproof frames, I have given no thought to having the outside of the house painted.  As for the guttering, I can’t see that far and don’t worry about the occasional drip. Then a … Continue reading

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