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Greenfriends walk in Sutton Park

On 23 rd June the Birmingham satsang met for a Greenfriends walk in Sutton park. Quite a few of the people hadn’t  been before so i enjoyed sharing my knowledge and telling stories of my experiences.  We walked around an area called blackroot which is a lovely walk through the woods to one of the … Continue reading »

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From ‘The Reason I Jump’ on Radio 4

We are like cicadas who will miss the summer unless we hurry, hurry, hurry. Bzz, bzz, crick, crick, crick. We cry our hearts out, shout our heads off and never rest in a battle against time. What would you give as an example of what people with autism really enjoy? We love the greenness of … Continue reading »

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The Wychwood Forest: what you may have missed on a bitterly cold day

Trees near the entrance

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Walking along the Regent’s Canal

I was supposed to join a party starting from St.Pancras, but ended up walking west along the Canal in the direction of Paddington.  After a while you come to Camden Lock, where the shopping area goes right down to the canal bank and you are forced to make a detour through the crowds of shoppers. … Continue reading »

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