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23 Feb 19
Outdoor Studios

Garden Log Cabins in Mountfield #Backyard #Logcabins #Mountfield https://t.co/VxdPSt8b9a Garden Log Cabins in Mountfield #Backyard #Logcabins #Mountfield https://t.co/VxdPSt8b9a — Outdoor Studios (@outdoorstudiouk) February 23, 2019 From https://outdoorstudios.tumblr.com/post/183005634262

20 Feb 19
Markets n Trends Analysis

MarketResearchNest.com adds “Global Electric Lawn Mowers Market Status and Future Forecast 2015-2024” new report to its research database. The report spread across 149 pages with multiple tables and figures in it. This comprehensive Electric Lawn Mowers Market research report includes a brief on these trends that can help the businesses operating in the industry to […]

14 Feb 19
The Isle Of Thanet News

Theatre, film and animation screenings, puppetry workshops and Tai Chi are just some of the things being offered as Roost restaurant and café in Cliftonville revamps its basement area. Work is being carried out at the award-winning venue, in Cliff Terrace, after owners Mel Mountfield and Sally Geldard went into partnership with former publishing industry […]

05 Feb 19
Mountfield Community Arts

A five week intensive course introducing the techniques and range of this under-rated medium, working from a variety of different sitters. Watercolour pencils are basically paint sticks in a pencils form, drawing on a small scale,  in the regular way but every mark is in fact a pigment residue During the course we will gradually […]

05 Feb 19
Grumpy and Me

Grumpy is not very good at “looking after” things. Inanimate objects are used and discarded. His bike is caked in mud. His car is like a skip on wheels. His clothes look like Worzel Gummidge’s cast offs. And his underpants have to be seen to be believed. There is more truth in the Saudi’s “how […]

02 Feb 19
SIMONICITY

In this week of all Brexit weeks it was interesting to see the approach of the Court of Appeal in a case, R (Shirley) v Secretary of State (Court of Appeal, 25 January 2019), which turned on the practical extent of the Secretary of State’s duty to give effect to the objectives of the Air […]

28 Jan 19
Kiwi Evertonian

Another blogger talking about football!!! “I’ve been a bluenose all my life and always will be. I’m a very proud and privileged man to be able to say that. “Derek Mountfield Welcome to my blog – where I’ll be writing about all manner of things to do with Everton. I’m an Evertonian who has been […]

27 Jan 19
News Archives Uk

We recently asked our readers about their favorite teachers in schools in Leicester and Leicestershire. However, we received so many responses that we could not integrate them into one position. In fact, we could not even insert them into two posts – so we created an additional list containing your answers. Here are some more […]

26 Jan 19
MarketPresswire

(EMAILWIRE.COM, January 26, 2019 ) The Electric Lawn Mowers Market is an emerging market at present years A lawn mower (also named as mower or lawnmower) is a machine utilizing one or more revolving blades to cut a grass surface to an even height. The height of the cut grass may be fixed by the […]

19 Jan 19
Travels with a Uriwell

. . .  Essakane – The Desert Music Festival January 2007. Desert for miles, dry scrub and sand and endless donkeys . . . one man and women together, like a scene from a Christmas Nativity . . . then miraculously, water, marsh . . . a lake – then ferry pandemonium as camels are […]

12 Jan 19
Destinationless Travel

This is a complete guide to the best free glow worm caves in New Zealand…the Waipu Caves. These caves are not only free but also rival the more famous (and expensive) Waitomo Caves. Here’s everything you need to know about the Waipu Caves, New Zealand. Free Glow Worm Caves New Zealand – Waipu Caves Glow […]

10 Jan 19
Mountfield Advisory

In the recently announced Swiss Annual Report Ratings 2018, Clariant, a chemicals company, was recognised with the top award for their Integrated Report 2017*, based on standards, communicating financial and non-financial value creation to stakeholders and shareholders. But what might the future hold for corporate sustainability commuication beyond what has already been achieved? Discussion regarding corporate communication of sustainability strategy […]

06 Jan 19
Footie & things

This might seem something of an over reaction to recent results, but the wheels are dangerously loose if not quite coming off for Marco Silva’s Everton. The reason I propose is the adoption of a system that hitherto has been largely unsuccessful in the UK, namely Zonal Marking. Before we get into this divisive and […]

06 Jan 19
News Archives Uk

The machines stolen by a construction site were used to attempt to steal an ATM at a local Omagh store in the early hours of Sunday. Thieves tried to remove the built-in ATM at 4am outside the grounds at Old Mountfield Road. The machines used were set on fire. Detectives investigate and have asked for […]