Author Archives: Oliver

If there is one thing that we are learning as the Woa! Rhino project evolves, it’s the value of a smile. Continue reading

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What should be the approach when a new business directly challenges an established independent outlet? Should anybody like the Council or an independent partnership look at managing market forces? Continue reading

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For many, the potential for grant funding is seen as a blessing. For some, the chance of grant funding comes at a considerable emotional cost. Continue reading

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We have swapped the notion of space for that of place. Now it seems, we have completed this bold move towards something altogether more personal. We are encouraged to champion local ownership, local affinity and community spirit. We are encouraged to be less anonymous, to embrace collective action and to have a new empathy with our neighbours. Continue reading

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