Museum of London (Nov.2021)

On November 27th I visited London. I took the train from Brighton to London Bridge, paying £8.70 with my Railcard for a return ticket. I got back on the 19.05 direct train to Brighton. I have to say that departing London and arriving in Brighton was a tragic experience, particularly because of Covid, because bothContinue reading “Museum of London (Nov.2021)”

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The cursed ‘stocking filler’ (and Tunbridge Wells trip)

Last Saturday I tripped to Tunbridge Wells (also called Royal Tunbridge Wells), which is a regency town just on the edge of Kent. You can get to Tunbridge Wells easily from Brighton, as there’s the 29 bus service (operating what’s called a “Regency Route” because it connects regency towns of Brighton, Crowborough, Uckfield, and TunbridgeContinue reading “The cursed ‘stocking filler’ (and Tunbridge Wells trip)”

Waste self-audit

When going zero-waste, guides tend to tell you to assess your rubbish heaps regularly, usually weekly. Now, I’m not trying to go zero waste as such, but I did propose myself to the University of Brighton c-change department that waste audits could be carried out in student halls of residence. Considering that I see theContinue reading “Waste self-audit”