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Natalie Doig
tattoo sporting, mood swinging, visually impaired imp I love writing, knitting, sci-fi, Japan, photography & cats. I run my own business
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Natalie Doig 8h
Replying to @RHolmes70
You’ll love it - set in the fictional Black Country town of Blackhampton where the locals are a strange and superstitious lot! I started Lethal White this morning. Loving it! Though reading Cormaron Strike books make me crave Doom Bar
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RNIB Campaigns 14h
In the news, shared space scheme in Cornwall . We're pressing for clarity on the strategy; what happens next with shared space. Will money be provided to councils to make their existing schemes inclusive again? We welcome clarification.
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Anna Bird 19h
Someone stopped me after my panel slot to ask about the extra costs disabled people face. ‘Did you really say £570 per month?’ ‘So what do people *do*?’ ‘I just thought some of that stuff would be paid for’. Helpful reminder that measuring stuff matters
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Natalie Doig 13h
4 of 5 stars to The Black Country by Alex Grecian
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Natalie Doig Sep 18
I can not wait to read it! 😊
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Scope Sep 17
It's ! University should be an exciting time, we've asked our community for their top tips for new students. Check out these great bits of advice we've had so far - what would you suggest? ⚡️ “University Advice for
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Natalie Doig Sep 17
I’m so looking forward to this programme I want to go on a tour of anywhere with these two. They’re the heroes we need right now! Curiosity is everything 😊
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RNIB Sep 17
We worked with on trials of Project Torino, a physical programming language enabling blind and partially sighted kids to write code:
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Scope Sep 17
Did you know it's ? 78 percent of disabled people say having access to digital technology is helpful for living independent lives. That's why we're working with digital leaders to make sure technology is a too 💪
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Natalie Doig Sep 17
Replying to @jakobrosin
That is totally amazing! Will you be able to record sounds when you’re there? I’d love to hear the rain forest. I can’t wait to read about your adventures when you’re home!
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Pam Ayres Sep 15
I went down to Salisbury To listen to the choir, A pair of Russian tourists They were staring up the spire, Staring up the spire, they were, Silent and aghast, Against the sky, hurtling by, A piggy flying past.
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Natalie Doig Sep 16
Replying to @hollyamory
I really hope someone at the conference can help you sort that out. Sending hugs and letting you know I’d feel exactly the same in that situation.
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Robert Macfarlane Aug 30
"To enter a wood is to pass into a different world in which we are transformed. It is no accident that in Shakespeare's comedies, people go into the greenwood to grow, learn & change. it is where you travel to find yourself, paradoxically, by getting lost." Roger Deakin, Wildwood
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Larry the Cat Sep 15
A hero for our time.
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Humberto Asperó Sep 14
Pokemon Go: Survival mode.
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Natalie Doig Sep 16
I got up thinking I’d brave a few minutes of Marr but they’re changed the time it’s on and I’m watching instead much much more entertaining and informative viewing.
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Julian Vaughan Sep 15
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Shaun Walker Sep 13
Friday - flew into London, checked into grimy east London hotel Saturday - Went to Salisbury to look at famous 132m spire of famous beautiful cathedral Sunday - Went BACK to Salisbury to look again at wonderful spire Sunday evening - Immediately left for Moscow Sounds legit
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Natalie Doig Sep 13
This is fab. Growing up audio books were much harder to come by. But I remember listening to Roald Dahl reading James and the Giant Peach. Technology has made it so much easier to get audio books now whether through RNIB or audible and I love it!
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Martin Lewis Sep 13
PLS RT TO SUPPORT Dear ur department (without announcing) has overnight stopped letting people to transfer upto 9mths of their old passport to their new one. It risks many renewing late & being sent back on arrival overseas as they've under 6mths left. Pls U-turn.
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