Monthly Archives: November 2014

The ongoing pain of excess winter deaths

One to consider as we move into the winter time …

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Practice makes perfect

Originally posted on @PaulDeach:
Earlier today I had a meeting with one of my longest standing clients who has asked me to help them produce some content for a social media Christmas marketing campaign. After some thought I think the…

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Irish Bakewell Buns

Originally posted on cookingwithcraic:
Growing up in Canada, I’d never really heard of bakewell tarts until a few years ago. In fact, since I moved to Ireland almost exactly 1.5 years ago, I’ve been introduced to a whole slew of…

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Sculpture by the sea, Bondi 2014 (3)

Sorry to come over sentimental but on another grey Novemeber day…….

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Giving young people a chance is good for business

Originally posted on @PaulDeach:
Over the years I have been fortunate enough to be in a position to give some young people work experience opportunities. To be honest most of the time it was not a lot of effort on…

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Instagram is a superb platform to create brand perception

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Originally posted on @PaulDeach:
As a social media professional I guess I should not have a favourite social media platform like a parent should not have a favourite child. But I do have a favourite and its Instagram. The simplicity…

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These postal scams may be making a comeback.

Reblogged with thanks to LoveMoney News. These postal scams may be making a comeback. Back in the 1990s, postboxes – especially those of retired people – were bulging with phoney lotteries, hopeless healers and criminal clairvoyants. Each one contained ludicrous promises of future health and wealth. … Continue reading

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Appeal for help in tracing missing teenager Sanita Muceniece

Surrey Police is asking for help in tracing teenager Sanita Muceniece who went missing Thursday 6 November. Sanita, who is also known as Jessie, went missing at 5pm after spending the day at Thorpe Park in Chertsey. Officers are concerned for … Continue reading

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Remembrance Sunday

Reblogged with thanks to the Royal British Legion. Aldershot’s Royal Garrison Church of All Saints, in Farnborough Road, will host a service starting at 10.30am, followed by wreaths being laid in front of the war memorial there at 11.30am and a march past. Wreaths will also be laid at … Continue reading

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Prevention is better than cure

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