The weekend got off to a good start with a couple of trips to Brighton on Friday.Â Â First Jayne and went down for a look around and to do some shopping, which also involved a delicious full English breakfast.Â Â After taking her and her goodies home I went back with the kids to see Richard […]
Entries Tagged as 'Brighton'
February 27th, 2011 · Comments Off on Christ on a bike · Life
September 12th, 2010 · 2 Comments · Politics
Another story from the Argus, and some more attention-seeking from Caroline Lucas who thinks that MPs should be allowed to job share.Â Â The principle seems to be that other jobs can be filled by two people job-sharing, so why not MPs, which is fine but MPs never tire of telling us that it is not […]
March 16th, 2010 · Comments Off on Street View – Sussex · Technology
Haven’t found too much in Crawley or Horsham yet, but what about this fantastic capture in Brighton! View Larger Map
December 9th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Life
I took Frankie out to another comedy show tonight.Â Something a bit different this time – Richard Herring and Andrew Collins doing a live recording of the Collings and Herrin Podcast in Brighton.Â To be honest, I was a bit disappointed.
October 17th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Life
A new priest in Brighton has described the place as “Britain’s most Godless city” and promised to sort that out.
October 2nd, 2009 · 3 Comments · Politics
The last day of conference is a funny one.Â It is only a half-day for a start.Â I imagine the original reason for that is so that delegates and others can stand a chance of getting home afterwards if they live at the other end of the country. That does still apply, of course, for […]
September 30th, 2009 · Comments Off on Labour conference – day four · Politics
Following Tuesday’s over-long day, when I was in Brighton from 0800 to 2300 I took it a bit easier today and caught a later train.Â Actually a bit later than intended: Jayne was a bit unwell and waiting for the doctor to call back so no lift to the station – I had to walk […]
September 30th, 2009 · Comments Off on Labour conference – day three · Politics
Day three started far earlier than I would have liked.Â In fact I was in the Hilton Metropole at a fringe event at a time when many delegates and visitors staying in Brighton itself had probably not got up.Â I was there for the British Humanist Society’s second annual ‘no prayer’ breakfst,
September 29th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Politics
A slightly late start for me.Â I missed the absolute start of the day’s sessions so I missed the Scotland report and the first Welfare & Economy debate and the Economy Q&A. I was in time for some rousing speeches from Yvette Cooper and Alistair Darling before lunch and also caught up with my school […]
Well I finally made it to a party conference.Â It is too early to know yet whether the conference is/will be a success for the party or for me.Â I am still getting used to the whole thing. As it is only down the road I am commuting, making use of the 20% discount I […]