Winchester Web Scene

Proof positive I was there tonight (and I know, I have a bit of a backlog of other blog material on this blog). My other blog has gone crazy today after that New York Times article yesterday, and yes, I am behind on my tasks for today (and yes it's nearly tomorrow)! See more about the Winchester Web Scene, formed in November 2008, growing monthly I do believe - not a networking business-card exchange kind…

Lewis Partners (not live)

This site is designed on a small scale for the dairy and arable farm based in Norfolk run by my brother with my Dad. The site is designed to be simple, with the possibility for growth as the key uses of the website are identified. The farm is heavily involved in Open Farm Sunday, and I have structured the site anticipating that visitors to this are the most likely audience. Information expected to go onto…

Press-Packer: Open Farm Sunday

LEAF: 'Linking The Environment And Farming'LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming) was set up in 1991. At that time, the gap between consumers and farmers was getting wider and the need to meet and understand both sides of the debate was essential. For the first time a group of farmers, environmentalists, food and agricultural organisations, consumers, government and academics got together to do something positive for the farming industry.They were motivated by a common concern for…

Churches’ Media Council, 2009

Currently at the Churches' Media Council (officially retired last night, to be renamed the Church and Media Network) Conference in Swanwick, Derbyshire. Already over halfway through, and it's really interesting. Haven't got time for a full-blog as need to get back into the swing, but thought I would register my presence here, and can add a blog, or blogs later, as the mood takes!So far we have already heard from:The Attourney General, the Rt Hon…