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883 - Age discrimination law
I'm going to propose a qualified welcome to the new law on age discrimination in the work place. In general I'm in favour - but I cannot agree with the cutoff at age 65, and I fear the extra red tape and potential effect of a sue-happy employee (or prospective employee) or two on a business. Both ....

882 - Rocks, hard places, trains and funerals.
I'm off today to the SWPTUF (South West Passenger Transport User's Forum) meeting in Taunton - it's a bit of being 'caught between a rock and a hard place' because I really need this weekend for Manor preparations AND the meeting is an important one for me to further contacts and push the case for t ....

881 - Coming together.
Every day, things seem closer to being done at Well House Manor - rooms getting finished, electrical second fit proceeeding quickly now, painted. Bathrooms coming into place. Outside, the work site is turning into a lawn. Deliveries are coming daily at both "48" and "404" and we're on course for ....

880 - Celebration circles
Ever since man wanted to praise, to memorialise or to celebrate, he's chosen the circle as one his favourite geometric forms. Stonehenge, just a short distance up the road from us, is the ancient form ... but there's many more modern forms too. The modern stone circle - rather a different form - ....

879 - Tuesday night is party night
The young ladies of Melksham have a reputation for partying - indeed, I was talking with an old boy outside Well House Manor this evening as I locked up, and he was telling me how, at his home behind the Tavern and the King's Arms, he gets little peace on summer evenings when they're all in the gard ....

878 - Easy criteria to meet
"I've got to write my blog when I get to my hotel tonight". So said I to the group that I'm teaching Tomcat configuration and deployment to here in Caerphilly today and tomorrow. "Shall I make it positive or a bit grouchy?" I continued. "Oh - positive" was the reply. "And shall I make it technical ....

877 - Yes, but what do we do now??
Regular readers will know that I've been helping the campaign to retain the train service through Melksham at an appropriate level and, much to my surprise, a request that I made under the Freedom of Information act brought my 1kg of papers at the start of this month, followed by yet more informatio ....

876 - Making pages clearer - easy Disability Discrimination Act Compliance
Welcome to the new, clearer, Horse's Mouth. You should spot that the text size is slightly larger, and contrasts better against the background. And if you're not keen on the new look, you are now empowered to change it to suit your own preference - simply click on the "customise" link on the right ....

875 - Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones
My involvement with the campaign to retain Melksham's train service at present or improved levels was always going to be a tough one. The threat to the service came to our attention late in the day, and the Government's political decision (for that's what it is) to slash trains in areas they don't h ....

874 - Who can use which access door?
Anyone can come to our front door and ring the bell. It's then up to us whether we admit them to the house, or deal with them at the door. You can describe the front door as being public. The side door through Lisa's office is more restricted, and whilst I and other members of the team can gain a ....

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