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Intangible heritage and all that … lard

The guardian food blog entry had me grinning a great big smile as it highlights some of our more local food delicacies – lard sandwiches in Dewsbury, and Sussex pond pudding¬†amongst¬†others. http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/wordofmouth/2012/feb/22/mucky-fat-butties-sense-place In a week where we have just had … Continue reading

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January – shelter around the world (a soundtrack for a really BIG smile)

I suppose I could make some slight connection to music, heritage, intangible heritage and the very wonderful sounds of Playing for Change. Playing for Change take their mobile recording studio around the world, record artists, and other artists and then … Continue reading

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