All will be well

It’s a Street Market morning, first one of the year. Winter has passed, the light has returned and all feels well with the world as I set off for Granby. Though the days of darkness have been hard for many our once every five years go at proper democracy is only a month away. And […]

Street Market: A look around Granby

Before the first Street Market of 2015, a look around the streets on site. Art work painted, by the way, by Community Land Trust Chair Erika Rushton. Beautifully done. Now we’re always saying the 4 Streets are ‘the last 4 original streets of Granby remaining.’ But actually there’s another half of one near the beginning […]

Granby 4 Streets: The Market’s back!

Welcome to┬áthe Granby 4 Streets April newsletter, containing the news that the Street Market is back this Saturday, 4th April, updates on where we’re all up to with all of the houses and also information about a job opportunity at the Community Land Trust. Read on! Download a full quality PDF of this newsletter containing […]

In Granby: On site

This blog hasn’t done a site visit to Granby 4 Streets since early February, so I thought it was about time we did. Because things have been moving on.Three weeks ago now, at the beginning of March I come here late on in an afternoon. Still soft-stripping the Community Land Trust houses at this stage, […]

Homebaked in Anfield: The Community Land Trust

Community Land Trusts are more than a bit of a thing for me at the moment. Granby 4 Streets last week and every week. And now here we are in Homebaked in Anfield. You can’t possibly have been around this blog for long without knowing of my respect and admiration for the people of Anfield […]

Granby 4 Streets: February News

As you’ll know if you visit this blog regularly I’ve been involved with the people in Granby for four years now. The full story of what we’ve been doing together has its own section on the website. But now, here is the news. As in, here is February’s newsletter, produced with the Granby 4 Streets […]