Bank holiday weekend and what better way to start it than having a giant pillow fight and picnic in the sun at Green park?!?! The idea behind this event (and many of the other amazing events that Focallocal organise) is to bring people together in an increasingly isolated community and I must say it worked.
Guerilla gardening, is the use of food crops or plants to beautify an area on land that the gardeners do not have legal right to use. It often occurs as a social activity on land or property abandoned or neglected by its legal owners, or as light and friendly form of activism bringing life and
Today, the paradigm we live in is one in which we as a community have isolated the economic dimension of our lives and turned it into the supreme principle we live by. These commerce worshipping times we live in trivialise the value of generosity by attaching a price tag, even though when we stop to
…and ‘junk’ can be musical! We’ve all seen the YouTube videos where people have made amazing musical instruments from things that are just lying around their house. PVC piping. Garbage tins. Plastic bottles. You name it, and guaranteed someone has found a way to make it sound amazing! There are so many instruments out there
“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” -Plato People are by nature drawn to music. So we would hope! By invading the tube armed with jambes, harmonicas, a violin, and a few other musical nick knacks, we put this theory to the test. It was amazing