The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 12,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
Sunday 15th March 2015
Listeners! I’m trying to complement/add to this blog presence by getting it out there on various social media platforms. For quite some time now the blog has had its own Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/BornAgainSwindonian – Please give it a like if you use Facebook.
But it now also has a Google+ page:
and …. drum roll .. a YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbjwGtJc58wdARTzUla36lg – Ta da!
Now I’m not saying the YouTube channel is madly exciting as yet – I’m mostly playing with it just now really. But I have put some little videos on there of The Hooter Express, Eggelicious and some slide shows of photographs. So if you use YouTube and/or Google+ it would be lovely if you connected via these channels – add to circles, subscribe and whatever else it is . 🙂
I’m also on Twitter: @Anjelica1956 I’m trying to get the hashtags #BAS #bornagainswindonian in use! And you can find me on: http://about.me/amaatk123
Finally, for the craic, – my business:
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog: Born again Swindonian
Here’s an excerpt:
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 30,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 11 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
This gallery contains 9 photos.
Originally posted on Born Again Swindonian:
Tree with tiles round – West Swindon 28th Septenber 2014: Old post updated It’s interesting how, since starting this blog, I’ve begun noticing things more. Apropos the subject of this post it’s less a case of noticing and more a case of paying some actual attention. I live in…
At the weekend I had a friend visiting from Derbyshire. Amongst many other activities we popped into the Museum and Art gallery and had a chat with the Second Mouth people. A blog post from Beatrice will be coming soon.
last saturday was a good day at the Swindon Museum and Art Gallery,
We sat at the venue to draw Leon Kossoff’s painting,
it was great to be drawing and talking to people we knew from Artsite, Swindon Dance,
meeting Anjelica from Born Again Swindonian, and others that came to the Gallery that day!
The drawings of the day will be scanned and shared this week,
We will be there again this Saturday at 12 pm until 2:30pm
Come join us!
Christmas story times with Santa at Swindon libraries. Ho Ho Ho!
Swindon Libraries will be having an extra special visitor at selected story times this December. Santa will be taking time out from his busy schedule to visit the following story and rhyme times for under 5s before flying off around the world to deliver all our presents on Christmas Eve!
Saturday 7th December: 11:00am, Highworth Library (see more details of Highworth Library Christmas Fun Day below)
Tuesday 10th December: 11:00am, Central Library
Wednesday 11th December: 3:30pm, Even Swindon Library
Friday 13th December: 10:30am, West Swindon Library
Monday 16th December: 10:00am, Pinetrees Library
Tuesday 17th December: 10:30am, Wroughton Library
Tuesday 17th December: 3:30pm, Liden Library
Wednesday 18th December: 11:00am, North Swindon Library
Thursday 19th December: 10:30am, Covingham Library (and raffle draw)
Thursday 19th December: 2.00pm Park Library (see below for extra details!)
Friday 20th December: 10:00am, Moredon and Rodbourne Cheney Library
Friday 20th December: 3:00pm, Penhill Library
Saturday 7th December, Highworth…
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Whilst I don’t much want to think about Christmas just yet, and the post is Wiltshire focused is does mention Swindon’s very own Steam Museum so giving it a re-blog to put it out there. And it has a lovely picture of a tiger at Longleat in the snow. So enjoy your Christmas planning!