Monthly Archives: December 2011

Can “Rush” be filmed, access retained AND the wildlife protected?

Last night’s post on the proposed filming of pit lane and grandstand sequences of the Ron Howard film “Rush” seems to be causing a big stir. For some there are positive outcomes to look for: the fascination of F1 or … Continue reading

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Formula 1 film set on Blackbushe during rare bird breeding season?

On Dec 23rd we noticed two signs whilst coming away from a walk on the disused part of Blackbushe Airport. They looked like those shown here, but we had no means of recording the details. They had not been visible … Continue reading

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I heard him in Yateley first – Beatbox Nativity reaches Radio 2

OK I’ve led a sheltered life: Until 16th June 2007 I had never heard of “beatboxing”. That was the day some entrepreneurial types in our parish put on some entertainment on the village green, which included the Psalm Drummers and two guys … Continue reading

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Journeying into a place of shelter this #Advent (using Psalm 91)

Advent is a time of preparation. Preparation to understand afresh what it means to us now that Christ came into the world as a tiny helpless baby. Preparation as a minister, to make others welcome at Christ’s Nativity as they … Continue reading

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