Monthly Archives: July 2010

“Playing with the Gypsies”

You know that you’re doing something right, in running a cultural organisation in a rural area when the Daily Mail takes pot shots at you. So I was mildly bemused that Richard Littlejohn had deemed an event at MEAL worthy … Continue reading

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For a Big Society we need small worlds

I’ve been a long time admirer of Sue Clifford and the work of Common Ground. I’m very pleased she is to speak at this week’s Museums Sustainability and Growth conference in Norwich which MEAL has helped organise. Since the late … Continue reading

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