From nurseries to job fairs and summer galas this job doesn’t lack variety. Mixed with visiting local companies and organisations my summer has been illuminating even without the sunshine. And talking of sunshine it was great to hear such a positive view of the possibilities for Inverclyde at the changer of commerce event hosted by Concentrix. Hopefully this is a forum where politics and business can Continue reading “Tele Column – 24th Aug 15”
Three weeks into summer recess and the building process continues. I am pleased to say that I have secured a temporary office at 11b Clarence Street, Greenock and once change of use is secured from the council, my permanent office will be opening shortly. I have been advertising for more staff. The standard of the applications has been outstanding. Unfortunately I only have Continue reading “Tele column – 7th Aug 15”
Hiroshima is a city built around 7 rivers. In 1945 it had a population of 350,000 people.
It was the first target for an atomic bomb. Exploded at just over 1,000 feet above the city for maximum effect. Over the course of time up to 180,000 people died and 13 square kilometres of the city were destroyed. Continue reading “Hiroshima Remembered”