Monthly Archives: December 2018
At the moment, the Spotlight Team is fascinated by model railways. It is re-creating a Mainline layout which Heritage Associates photographed for Palitoy in the 1970s and would like to know more about the models shown in Apedale Railway’s photograph. Please contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can give it more information.
Goldenhill’s abandoned golf course could be sold to a property speculator from Birmingham who wants to develop the site.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council who own the land has refused to name the developer who is negotiating with it.
The golf course closed many years ago. In the past, local people called for it to be turned into a nature reserve. Now they fear that if the unnamed speculator acquires the property, it may be turned into a business park or used for house building.
Posting on Good Finance, Sophie Hobson, the Head of Communications at the School for Social Enterprises, writes:
“Only one thing is certain when you’re a social entrepreneur: every month will be different from the last. You’re on a constant learning curve, whether your organisation is starting, scaling or shrinking. You feel like your to-do list is toppling over with tasks you’ve never had experience of tackling before. It can feel overwhelming. You need short-cuts to access the knowledge you need. Hopefully, the suggestions below will be a helpful starter for 10.”
To read the full post visit: Six sources of learning for social entrepreneurs | Good Finance
How many places shown in these old photographs of The Potteries do you recognise? Email us at email@example.com and share your memories of them with us.