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Duncan MacLeod
Composer, Assistant Professor & occasional performer / and one third of
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Duncan MacLeod Oct 18
I was thinking the same Natalie. It’s a shame didn’t work with and If they had we’d have a very different outcome to what awaits next month 😢
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Duncan MacLeod Oct 18
I feel for those on Verdant lane, traffic on that road has been horrible for years as it has been on Ennersdale, Leahurst, Longhurst Roads. As for Springbank, it was very quiet pre-covid so an increase in traffic must have came as quiet a shock to residents. What’s to be done?
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Duncan MacLeod Oct 16
Lee Green was chalked up as the first of many LTNs to be introduced across the borough... I guess we can assume those ambitions have been mothballed :(
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Duncan MacLeod Oct 16
£120!? It cost me £25 for a return train ticket to Nottingham today. Moreover, I don't need to pay running costs, insurance, road tax....
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Duncan MacLeod Sep 30
will there be train tickets available from Nottingham to London traveling Friday next week (9 Oct)?
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Duncan MacLeod Sep 15
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Duncan MacLeod Aug 21
Replying to @CroydonHighDHA
My take on it is many state schools simply don’t have the resources to offer music A-Level. A workaround might see music hubs offer the qualification. I know Junior Trinity and Birmingham Conservatoire run classes on Saturday with excellent results
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Duncan MacLeod Aug 21
It’s also worth noting newer L3 qualifications such as UAL diploma (a popular alternative to BTEC) and Rock School
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Duncan MacLeod Aug 15
Replying to @LNER
I'm booked to travel to London from Dundee on Monday evening. Can you advise what I should do, assuming the service is cancelled? i.e. should I take a Scotrail service to Edinburgh and change? (N.B. I have to travel on this date).
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Nottingham Uni Music Aug 12
Have you checked out our research centre ? , , and curate a programme of concerts, events and outreach. See their website for more info:
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Duncan MacLeod Jul 7
Replying to @BlackheathSoc
👋 let’s not get ahead of ourselves here! The filter has been opened temporarily as access for local building works 😊
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Duncan MacLeod Jul 1
A million pounds!? I wish 😹
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Duncan MacLeod Jun 23
My bad..... the same principle stands for the start of Manor Lane leading up to Kellerton Road, there’s nowhere to go other than walk in the road if trying to social distance. I’m sorry but the pavements simply aren’t wide enough 🤷‍♂️
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Duncan MacLeod Jun 23
Replying to @drhannahrobbins
You're on!😹
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Duncan MacLeod Jun 23
Some fantastic musicians mentioned in this article on queer folk music ... def worth a read (and listen)!
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Duncan MacLeod Jun 23
We need more of this in our lives!!!! Hildegard von Blingin' take on Haddaway's What is love. 'Lady thou woundest, thou woundest, mine heart......'😹
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Duncan MacLeod Jun 23
I fear this may not be on your radar when in a car but this is a REAL issue for residents and schools on Leahurst, Longhurst, Ennersdale, and Fernbrook Roads to name a few! These streets date from the 1900s and simply not wide enough to accommodate safe social distancing.
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Duncan MacLeod Jun 23
Let's not forget Covid.... many pavements in the area are far too narrow to social distance. As such, the only option is to walk in the road. As such, these filters will make distancing safer. I much rather have these measures in place than contract Covid or worse get run over.
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Duncan MacLeod Jun 23
On the contrary, the council has listened to residents concerns re Covid. With pavements too narrow to social distance the only option is to walk in the road. As such, these filters will make distancing easier and will have a profound benefit to residents’ health & safety
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Duncan MacLeod Jun 23
Replying to @CDavisEltham
The issue is Covid! With pavements too narrow to social distance the only option is to walk in the road. Reducing traffic will make distancing easier and will have a profound benefit to residents’ health. In short, I'd rather have filters than catch Covid, or worse get run over!
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