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I'm a councillor in the London Borough of Wandsworth; this blog mainly covers that, sometimes general politics and policy and occasionally anything else that takes my fancy.
Tag Archives: Battersea Park
So, for this week’s collection of odds and ends. This week’s photo doesn’t really have any artistic merit – composition and exposure could be better – but it is from Battersea Park where autumn is making itself known. The park really is beautiful at this time of year, and almost magical if you see the
The launch of the SW11 Literary Festival takes place tomorrow night, which made me think it’s probably a good time to highlight Battersea Poems again. Taking the text directly from the literary festival programme: Text in your poem and be part of creating a biography of SW11 written by you, the people who live, work
This may just be an excuse to combine my politics, my geekery and love of Apple. Perhaps it is, but the launch of the new iPhone 3GS and the subsequent reaction to O2′s upgrade policy set me thinking about the relationship we have with businesses and councils. The hype, and anger, surrounding the launch of
A late cancellation and the fact that all other celebrities are in an Australian jungle led to me officially turning on the Clapham Junction lights tonight – despite being on a list that exists well beyond any alphabet known to man. Clapham Junction were the first town centre to officially turn on their Christmas lights