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Mysterious residents of Meanwood Park

Walking Charlie in Meanwood Park we came across a series of doors to some of the residents. Here are a few pictures:  

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Critical Mass 2

Last October I posted a blog about the Leeds Critical Mass cycle rides around the City centre on the last Friday of each month. Well, sadly, I missed a few over the winter months. I did make this month though … Continue reading

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A critical mass

This evening I have been out cycling with Leeds Critical Mass. Some people see this as “monthly protest by cyclists reclaiming the streets.” Others insiste that these events should be viewed as “celebrations.” Well I enjoy it so much it … Continue reading

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What’s app? iWorry about that

The poet Matt Harvey has written a brilliant short article in the recent copy of Resurgence. He finishes it by saying: So my message to you is: don’t worry – or if you must, worry efficiently with the new iWorry … Continue reading

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Therefore, when we build, let us think that we build for ever

I came across John Ruskin’s “therefore, when we build, let us think that we build for ever” quote recently and, having been taught that if something starts with a “therefore” there must be something that comes before and I should … Continue reading

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