The original local YouTube channel marks four decades

I’ve written about Swindon Viewpoint and shared some of their films at various times on this blog. When I first wrote about them it was the first I’d heard of the organization and I was immediately impressed and intrigued by the whole thing. Now I enjoy an occasional root through the archives on their website. I especially like the Artpoint series.

So it was good to see this feature about them in a recent issue of the Swindon link magazine: The original local YouTube channel marks four decades which explains the origins of Swindon Viewpoint and just how much there is to explore in SWs online archives. Amen to that!

So if you haven’t yet visited their website let me urge you to do so – it’s a regular digital treasure trove. They are, of course, also to be found on Facebook.


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