Funding from Awards for All has enabled a range of organisations in the Lancaster District to co-ordinate a month of activities to remember the Holocaust in January 2013. Please join us. Some events are open to everyone; some events have limited places.
A lovely friend of mine recently asked for my Nut Roast recipe to feed a veggie relative this Christmas. I have been making nut roast for 30 years, adapting recipes to make it just as I like it. And here it is finally written down. It is so much nicer than shop bought versions and pretty quick to make. […]
Something for the weekend! Poems by Rosie Garland and John Hegley, who both performed as part of last week’s Lancaster Litfest
Twitter Sceptic becomes twitter strategist ! The 4th in a series of guest blogs showing how local business owners are getting to grips with social media as a tool to grow their businesss – Neil Stoneham of Vox Tree writes about how he eventually got to grips with twitter and is now seeing the results.
Good stuff happens! The 2nd in a short series of blogs by local small traders and their experiences of social media. Mary Rose Selman and Alan Schofield write about how social media has helped to grow their business.
A 5 minute screencast offering some simple and practical tips, to help you improve your LinkedIn profile to ensure the right people find you.
I am a big fan of facebook adverts and recommend them to my clients as a way of bringing people to your facebook page. They are very inexpensive and can target your audience beautifully. They are particularly useful if you have a campaign, or an event launch etc. As I am often asked how to create an […]
What the heck is Pinterest ? I was inspired to write this after running a workshop on social media for some creative business start-ups at the Bay Business Centre last month where I was asked again.. What is Pinterest? Pinterest is a fairly new, but increasingly popular visual site. Put simply it’s an online pin […]
I like Halloween! Since being a little girl we’ve always made Halloween lanterns to protect our home from the angry spirits and I have continued this tradition with my own girl. I love the stories from Mexico And I really like that it has become a tradition for the kids in our village dress up […]
In July, Danny Brown wrote If This Was My Last Blog Post and invited us to do the same. I left a comment saying I would think about mine while I was resting up in rural France during the school holidays. And that is exactly what I did. So here are my own thoughts…. While […]