JK Rowling rips into the Daily Mail – and a staggering question – what radicalised the murdering white racist? – alongside the Daily Mail’s hateful sub-headline.
Lilian Greenwood MP gave a short speech and planted a white rose.
Fifty and more people from near and far came to share some food and drink.
A gloriously hot afternoon, and a lovely set of photos – mainly taken by a 9 year old. So much for all this “I like your photo” stuff in Facebook.
The problem of “moral fundamentalism” on campus: Many act as if they had taken this pledge (from Steven Fesmire).
(Brought to my attention by co-Councillor Nicola Heaton.)
Images by Wikipedia and the New York Times.
A bit of a struggle to keep up with posting stories during a General Election campaign.
Main story is the attack on Manchester, for which both a minute’s silence and a vigil was held.
Big welcome for the new play equipment on The Green; bins and goalposts to follow.
A series of improvements planned for Queens Walk Rec.
Big issue is dealing at various locations across The Meadows.
Some consultation needed on extension of parking permits and need to review Robin hood Way to give pedestrians greater confidence for crossing the road.
Improvements planned for Meadows Library in June.
Big turnouts to campaign for Lilian Greenwood in the west and north of the Nottingham South constituemcy.
Bigger than was mobilised in 1997.
Could only make the session in the afternoon so missed the briefings by national political commentator Owen Jones.
A grade listed church on St.Matthias Road, off Carlton Road, in St.Anns; had become pretty derelict and a focus for ASB; transformed in 6 years by the Coptic Orthodox church, who have 23 millions followers in Egypt.
Consecrated by their Pope, Tawdros II of Alexandria.
And it’s beautiful. So beautiful.
Paintings and carvings; stories and conviction.
A special addition to the city of Nottingham.