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2858 - The healthy option - away from the private car
"I used to take the train from school." No - that's a simplification. I walked to the station (Sydenham Hill until the age of 11, Sevenoaks until 17), took my train, then walked a mile home in Petts Wood. Every half hour, the 161A bus connected there with the train (ah those days of proper co-ordi ....

2857 - Park and Ride at Batheaston - will it solve Wiltshires Ills?
What's the point of having a Park and Ride on the outskirts or a large town of city? I hadn't really given it too much thought until today, when I visited the West of England Partnership and listened to their Joint Local Transport Plan 3 presentation. They look after North Somerset, South Glouces ....

2856 - Two sides of the coin
If you want to know a whole story - look at both sides of a coin. And if you want to know more than what you're being told, listen to what other people are being told. The A350 / Westbury Bypass enquiry is water under the bridge now - so this is purely academic interest - but I was told (and frank ....

2855 - Train Services - Melksham to Bath and Bristol (and airport)
One of the most popular journeys from Melksham is to Bath (about 12 miles away) and Bristol (around 25 miles). Here's a complete timetable for Melksham to Bath Spa and Bristol Temple Meads for Summer, 2010 (probably unchanged to December 2010, but please check) Monday to Friday Melksham06:4107:171 ....

2854 - Melksham Food and Drink Fair and Town Crier Competition
Sunday, 4th July. American Independence day. Melksham Food and Drink Festival Fair. Town Crier's competition in Melksham. T4 on the beach in Weston-super-mare. Heddington Steam Festival. Bristol Wine and Food Fair ... so much happens on summer weekends, in so few days. And that follows on from At ....

2853 - Transport in Wessex - today and into the future
Yesterday, we drove to Chippenham and back - three of us in a five seat car. The three of us then drove to Atworth, and two drove back to Melksham. One returned to Atworth, and then three of us from Atworth to Potterne, two of us on into Devizes, and two back from Devizes. Look at all that fresh a ....

2852 - Atworth Village Fete - on the Melksham Community Area Partnership stand
"Would you like to buy some fairy cakes for tea?" - "How should Atworth village and the areas around develop up to the year 2026?" "Toss the wellie, sir? How far can you throw it?" - "What are your major unitary controlled concerns about living in this area at the moment?" "Can I have 30p please ....

2851 - Further C++ material - view new or old
I've taken out the old header <iostream.h> and replaced it by the current <iostream>. I've adding in using namespace std; where I've need to, in order to allow me access to cin and cout without a need to prefix then with std:: under the new header file (and to save me loads of errors at load ....

2850 - Fresh Paint for course presentation - including C++
During courses, I project from (and sit at) an Apple Mac laptop - I have done for a number of years. But then I'll access / use other machines from the Mac laptop. That allows me to have the graphic power and strengths of the Mac, the Unix operating system and it's environment, and access to Linux ....

2849 - What are C++ references? Why use them?
C++ References let you give variables alternative names. For example, if you write   int & jones = flossie; then "jones" becomes an alternative name for flossie in the current scope. If you assign something new to jones, you're not going to make the variable into an alternative name ....

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