Catching the seven o'clock train from Bristol is never easy, but we made it up in time for Helen's opening. Great to hear her pay tribute to Patrick, and her thoughts for the future - stressing the need for the Soil Association to play a part in the 'big society' by being much more open to working with others and setting old differences apart - 'we should stop lobbing stones from the hills'.
09 February 2011 | 0 Comments
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For the first time in history the mind of man was really attempting to control his destiny. Hitherto usage, tradition, external necessity, accident had furnished the unchallenged framework within which he had devised his explanations and his consolations. He preferred familiar miseries to the mental torture of novel effort.
07 February 2011 | 3 Comments
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