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  • ACROPOLIS NOW

    Having been rude about the local Acropolis yesterday, I decided I'd better pay it a visit this afternoon. Here's some background Wiki-reading: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Acropolis3.JPG http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acropolis http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acropolis_of_Athens At the back of my mi › More

    • 10.12.2009
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  • Blackburn with Darwen game

    Playing at Ewood Park, home to Blackburn Rovers football team but not football today.  Today is Day 1 of Future City Game with Blackburn with Darwen Council.  Neil McInroy, Chief Executive for the Centre for Local Economic Strategies as Games Master. › More

    • 09.12.2009
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  • More from Ewood park

    Venue is overlooking the Blackburn Rovers pitch.  Anyone else played a game near a footbal pitch?  Blackburn Rovers is also one of the oldest clubs in the world, born at a hotel meeting on 5th November 1875. To the future city game - teams in deep discussion at Step1.   › More

    • 09.12.2009
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  • Local priorities and aspirations for Blackburn with Darwen

      Kenneth Barnsley, Head of Corporate Research from Blackburn with Darwen Council on local challenges.  Ken also attended the Creative Cities conference in Pilsen. Kenneth's presentation highlighted findings of research and focus groups on future priorities for BwD such as c › More

    • 09.12.2009
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  • Perspectives of Blackburn with Darwen

    Presentation of PIES: visioning for Blackburn with Darwen includes greater emphasis on social and cultural as part of the Vision 2030 agenda including tackling challenges such as worklessness, community cohesion.   › More

    • 09.12.2009
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