A Mini adventure

Updated today with two new pictures courtesy of Mike Pringle, Green Rook. Thanks Mike.

Born Again Swindonian

I tell you. I swear to your God and mine that I walk about with my eyes shut half the time. I’ve mentioned in my writings on here more than once, how I’ve managed to not really notice things. Well, some things are easier to miss than others for sure but you’d really think I’d have noticed a Mini climbing up the wall of an office block wouldn’t you? Well, you’d be wrong! It was only when a link to this article by Swindon Link popped up on Facebook or Twitter – social media somewhere anyway – that I had cause to ask myself how on earth I’d managed to miss this bit of public art. Doh! A quick query on Twitter and yes, it does still exist and, even worse, it’s in a part of town that I frequent on a regular basis. I don’t feel at all silly…

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