Thanks to a recent statistic from on line journalist Gabriel Price, this was brought to my attention. I have had a bit of recognition online. An infographic was produced to highlight the "Top design blogs in UK".
Every bed I've slept in
Year 3. Now being of the age of 28, following on from years One and year Two, year three has now seen an recycled selection of beds, due to coming back to my home town from travelling overseas in Australia for a year. Its interesting to see that I'm still just as enthusiastic for this continuing project and now retracing my foots steps like some sort of squirrel in the snow, but now with a wife!
Featured here, Nick with Cheddar Vally.
Absolutely wherever we please. Street parties, block parties, hidden parties, parties on hills, parties in felids.
I remember going to free festivals back in the 1990s and then free ones in Ashton Court in the 00s. Now you have to pay, but they still are absolutely everywhere!
Everywhere, in every shape & form.
This bridge for example, of course.
Multiculturalism- How the hell do you show that? Just Believe me.
So heres yet another picture of that bloody bridge everyone harps on about.
Featured 'Massive Attack & The Wild Bunch' 1985. World renowned musicians, artist & DJs all from this humble little town.
Featured- Park Street, among many many others.
Featured- The Old Duke, Jazz Festival (cider, cider, cider).
9. Gloucester Road
I love this road! Pubs, clubs, bars, food of all kinds, independent shops, street art and street parties.
10. Chemical Records
… No longer. RIP. Hit closure last year, was one of the largest vinyl outlets in the UK and one of my favourite places to go.
Quite innocently, I up loaded a simple mix to Mixcloud the other day and to my surprise, completely randomly,
I received an email telling me that I am currently ranking in the 'Dub Chart' on their website. Whoop whoop!
Didn't even really consider myself as a DJ? Oh well, its quite kool, I'll take the credit.
Play it and see for yourself.
Those were the days. And Tesco believes them selves to be sustainable now, with their ‘biodegradable’ plastic bags. Tell you what, even though back in the 1960s or whenever this bag was from, where technology wasn’t as advanced as the so called ‘modern day’ technology we all know and love now, and plastic wasn’t used for the menial task of getting your shopping to and from your Toyota Yaris, but instead back then used a much more highly recyclable material; paper.
So in the effort of becoming this so called ‘environmentally friendly’ company that you all claim to be, Tesco and other such companies, pay reference to this here scrape of paper, and take a note from the past!
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