The quickly chopped together video below is some highlights of our visit to the open day at Tysley Steam Works. I must admit I didn’t even know that this place existed before seeing a voucher on Groupon!
This week I’m out of the office on my long awaited break to the Cornish coast. Thankfully had some nice weather so far and touch wood the forecast looks ok. 3G signal is good so managed to tether iPhone to ipad for Internet access, which is considerably better than when in Wales. Spent some time [...]
Here’s a small selection of recent geocache successes, from Birmingham, Warwick, London and Daventry so far. If you’re unfamilar with Geocaching, but like geeky techy related treasure hunting then check out http://www.geocaching.com/ It’s basically a high tech treasure hunt with over a million varying sized ‘caches’ hidden worldwide. Each cache is placed on the map [...]
Here’s some images taken for promotional material for the upcoming Media Circus event for Creative Republic’s Invisible city. Thanks to the splendid Adrian Burrows for these, and thanks to Emma at Plumerella for providing the ‘faces’. Details of the event can be found at www.creativebirmingham.com 117 Nominations, over 5500 votes, only 6 winners… Join us [...]
Thank you to everyone who nominated their favourite creative ventures in Birmingham over the last 2 months. The nominations period is closed now, but we have a fine haul of 117 nominations and to date over 3200 votes. The voting will remain open for another month while we compile the content for the book and [...]
Today I’m pleased to launch a new Creative Republic project for the summer. The project – titled Invisible City – has been designed as a championing of Creative and cultural achievements in Birmingham with the goal to promote these projects, people and events to new and wider audiences, breaking out of the many existing networks [...]