Category Archives: Bath

Sometimes good comes from bad

(An email from a friend reminded me just how long it is since I last posted here.  Oh my goodness.  I know life has been busy (and an added unseasonal and long-lasting cold didn’t help), but the gap wasn’t intended. … Continue reading

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Five good things on Friday (mid-December!)

It’s been a while since I did one of these, but this has been a week with lots of good things in among the rubbish stuff happening in the big wide world, and I want to capture them here. And … Continue reading

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Busting the stash

Knitters, crocheters and sew-ers  (sorry about the hyphen, but – sewers??) out there will know just what this means.  For the rest of you, some of us seem to acquire a backlog of lovely (and sometimes not so lovely) yarns … Continue reading

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Five good things – and a bonus sixth (and it’s Friday!)

My goodness where DID that time go?  Well, of course I know where it went.  It went in busy-ness and a lovely holiday (more of that to come), and a few crises (not mine, so not mine to share).  But … Continue reading

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Money matters

Below is a post originally published on the Bath City Farm blog.  I thought you might find it interesting – I’m sure the issues raised apply to all small charities and community groups.  I hope it illustrates our struggles to … Continue reading

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“We took a charming walk to Charlcombe…”

“…sweetly situated in a little green valley.” So wrote Jane Austen on 2 June 1799.  One recent Sunday we followed in her footsteps.  It was indeed charming.  Here’s a flavour of what we saw along the way.  There may have … Continue reading

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Five (good) things on Friday

OK I know it’s Saturday now not Friday, but I have a fix for that: Six on Saturday.  Which as it happens works perfectly, because I couldn’t post this week without mentioning no.6. Practicing optimism: two people I care a … Continue reading

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