Monthly Archives: August 2014

Press reports on the mosaic

Albion in the Community project 27814 001 (2)Thrilled to see that the Evening Argus has reported on the lovely mosaic project completed by a young volunteer group as part of National Citizen Service run by Albion in the Community. Other … Continue reading

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Volunteering at LRSP: Day 3

Wednesday was a day filled with hard work and laughter. The mosaic is now incredibly close to completion, and we’re all starting to feel the build up to the event on Friday. The work on the new boarders for the … Continue reading

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Volunteering at LRSP: Day 2

It’s safe to say that even though this is only our second day working at the station, it already feels like a second home (and the tea and coffee kindly provided by Elspeth certainly doesn’t break that illusion!) Today called … Continue reading

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Volunteering at LRSP: Day 1

So I’m new to writing for the London Road Station Partnership blog- I guess that’s because this time last week I didn’t really know about the partnership. My name is Orla Byrne, and I’m one of the 12 young volunteers … Continue reading

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More happening … NCS volunteers make a start

A great group of National Citizens Service volunteers started today at London Road Station. The ceramic mural will gradually take shape in the underpass, but today was mostly a day for clearing around the station and getting to grips with … Continue reading

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The awaited and the unexpected

 Great day – bright blue sky, fresh and airy, it was bliss being out in the garden. The high winds have died down. After more rain, things are happening everywhere. Last week’s lettuce seeds have germinated, the cavalo nero is looking refreshed and plentiful … Continue reading

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After the storm

We’ve had wonderfully hot weather this summer but inevitably rising the to usual English summer climax of storms. We’ve just recovered from the weekend of very heavy rain (yippee!) and high winds (boo …) and temperatures now are significantly lower – … Continue reading

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