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  • Poem for Sgt Alexander Blackman
    I wrote this 12 years ago. Still appliesJobbing SquaddieIt's what we're trained to do, it's just our job.If jumped up Hitlers want to get tooled outwith nukes and gas and germs that they can lobat us, we'll bring them down, no fuckin doubt.It wasn't so much warfare  as a rout.The worst our unit faced was sand and heat.Talk about open doors - if we got outto piss, they'd stick their ... more
    Greenerblog
    1 week ago
  • New Bristol NUJ group on LinkedIn
    For members who are also members of LinkedIn, there is now a LinkedIn group which can be used for anything from discussions of branch business to local media matters to national issues and also professional opportunities. See you on LinkedIn. https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8597875 ... more
    Bristol NUJ
    1 week ago
  • We Are Off To RHS Malvern…..
    We were really thrilled recently to be approached by the RHS Malvern edible team and asked to plant up 2 small raised bed gardens at the RHS Malvern Spring Show, which runs from 11th to 14th May. You can find more information about the show here. The gardens will really talk of what we do, […] The post We Are Off To RHS Malvern….. appeared first on Incredible Edible Bristol. ... more
    Incredible Edible Bristol
    1 week ago
  • Book Diary 2017
    It's here!A brand new book diary for 2017. How exciting!You can read 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2012 too.So, what are we starting with?Tribute to Freud, H.D (new): everyone knows how much I love H.D and this tribute is no exception. Her imagist prose is so beautifully precise.Been dipping into lots of Martha Gellhorn's journalism.Nights at the Circus, Angela Carter (re read): I lost all my Angela Carters in the move. ... more
    Sian Crooked Rib
    1 week ago
  • #ToxicBankers – protest to demand Barclays stop funding fracking and #DAPL
    I pledge to organise a local event at Barclays Bank (a protest, handing in of a petition, creative event, etc) in solidarity with those willing to commit an open act of civil disobedience against Barclays. Barclays Bank are funding fracking in Yorkshire (via Third Energy) and the Dakota Access Pipe Line, as well as having a history of toxic banking (LIBOR and FOREX scandals, tax dodging and Shadow banking).    ... more
    Rising Up
    2 weeks ago
  • We are in the finals of the Charity Film Awards!
    On the 6th February, the International Zero Tolerance to FGM day, we were delighted to announce that our FGM awareness film Everybody’s Business has reached the finals of the Charity Film Awards! Winning would be a huge honour, as it recognises all the hard work and commitment that our young people have put into the charity. Please vote for us here: www.charityfilmawards.com About the film The film itself is a ... more
    Integrate Bristol
    2 weeks ago
  • Growing farms in the UK
    The day after my mother’s funeral (glitter and gold in her honour), I got my dream job, as marketing and communications manager for the Biodynamic Land Trust, a charitable community benefit society. The Biodynamic Land Trust grows farms. Founded in 2011, it secures biodynamic and organic farmland for community-ownership, 300 acres so far. I am excited to be with an organisation working at the grassroots. The grassroots is where it’s at. How does a ... more
    Real Food Lover
    3 weeks ago
  • ” #OurNHS is bleeding; we won’t let you die!’ Sing up for Your NHS!” #NHSdemo
    “Let’s lift our voices – and hearts – for the NHS, while we march for its life on Saturday, 4th March. Protect Our NHS in Bristol have written new words to the old marching tune of ‘Onward! Christian Soldiers’; we’re distributing them as widely as possible beforehand, in the hope that we’ll all be practising on our coaches on our way to London and together, we can raise ... more
    Protect our NHS
    3 weeks ago
  • Hello world!
    Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing! ... more
    Bristol Radical Film Festival
    4 weeks ago
  • Council Security BITE Anti-Cuts Protester
    Bristol City Council Block Entry to Public as They Vote For £33m CutsBristol mayor Marvin Rees addressed the Bristol City Council budget meeting yesterday, claiming “transparency is a key commitment”. Minutes later the public gallery was cleared by security staff, leaving councillors to discuss the city’s budget behind closed doors. In an unprecedented move members of the public were then cleared from City Hall altogether.Unaccountable private security staff were again ... more
    Bristol Socialism
    4 weeks ago

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