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Tuesday, March 08, 2011

8th March 2011

Ouch I have badly neglected this blog, but it still lives on! lol Well for starters what have I been doing for the last month. I would like to note firstly that this time next week will mark one year since I moved into Strike Towers aka my first flat in Three Bridges and will spend the next week giving it a good old cleaning and decorate some bits I have not bothered to do (yes not quite everything has been done silly me. haha)

Secondly I have been looking for possible work experience with local museums in Crawley and possibly elsewhere in Sussex, main place of interest has been the Ifield Watermill Museum which is not far from my parents manor! This is to broaden the experience I have to add to the hard work of Oxfam, St Catherines Hospice and some business admin experience I have to boost my uncertain prospects for work full time!

On the way to purchasing an Albion season ticket from someone who has now moved to New Zealand (the lady in question was not involved in tragic Christchurch earthquake luckily), arriving at Brighton Station in quick time, I got on a 20 bus to Woodingdean, but somehow took me on a tour on every road of this suburb on the downs, bar the road I was due to meet the person eventully to prevent getting lost arranged an alternative place to meet in Woodingdean!

Brighton and Hove Albion continue full steam into the Npower Championship with a match winning goal by Liam Bridcutt that caused the Withdean faithful to go wild like never before in almost 12 years of football at the temporary home of the Seagulls! The goal was such quality that even Manure and Gooner fans would even be in awe of its beauty.


Anyway I leave you with this clip of a remix of a classic Sonic The Hedgehog theme by an up and coming DJ called CliffHanga aka Pete Clifton, that attended the Haywards Heath branch of Central Sussex College like yours truly well I slightly recall the lad anyway from my time there. Keep an eye out for that name in future!


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