When replanting our garden we put herbs near the kitchen door and one of the delights has been how well visited the marjoram is by bees and butterflies. - Sarah
This is the back cover of Issue 30 of Progressive Voices, it made me smile when I first saw it and it still does. I hope that it also strikes a chord with you.
Launch of our PCN films I am delighted to let all PCN members know that the five short films commissioned by PCN are now available for you to see! You can access the films by using this website address : https://madeofstories.uk
The World Post Covid PCN members have been sharing their hopes for our world and our society after we have come through this current pandemic. I have already highlighted two issues which have been raised – the attraction of a universal basic income and the need to value much more the key workers in our country, be it in hospitals and care homes, our supermarket staff, office cleaners, refuse collectors and many others.
In our eleventh newsletter Adrian gives news of our film project.
In our tenth newsletter we hear from Adrian Alker about the need to value all key workers.
This is the ninth is our series of lockdown newsletters
This is the eighth weekly newsletter.
In our seventh newsletter we feature contributions from others.
In the sixth newsletter we hear from Sandra Griffiths and share online resources.
In the fifth of our weekly newsletters we ask 'what next?'
The fourth of the PCN weekly newsletters.
The third of the weekly newsletters looks at Easter.
This is intended to become a collection of poems put forward by PCN members during the coronavirus lockdown.
This is the second of the weekly newsletters from PCN Britain.
This is the first in a series of newsletters from PCN Britain.