More evidence of the bucolic and economic charms of pastoral England……This story does demonstrate the value, notwithstanding all of us are in the gutter – of looking at the stars in terms of engaging in the public sector with the arts. The article tells us:
You might think that Drew Barrymore would be [...]
I often wonder if we have too much competition and not enough genuine investment in our local places of learning. This article provides much food for thought in that context it tells us:
In one small community in rural Suffolk, the decision to approve a free school continues to reverberate and, in the [...]
I once interviewed George Dunn, mentioned below and he was on a list of stakeholders without much detail. His reply in response to my question – “Could we start by discussing your role in the organization for which you work” was “I think they call me the Chief Executive….” It was a great understated and [...]
Im working on a cracking project in Scotland, where the Scottish Government has offered three community led housing organisations a 3 fold increase in funding if they can develop a new national alliance. How refreshing compared to the challenges facing those involved in the English scene as set out below:
This rather depressing story bodes badly for those rural GP practices where doctors are in very limited supply. It tells us:
The Government’s decision to impose a new contract on junior doctors may risk an exodus of young medics, after figures revealed an unprecedented spike in NHS doctors registering to work overseas.
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