For the record


Image posted on Facebook by Dave Moore: ‘Collaborative history at it best; Brian Stringer author of the clayhanger Kid books working with public historian Dave Moore to produce an audio version of the two books for people with visual impediments.’. Dave Moore left, Brian Stringer right.

Something popped up on Facebook today that made me happy. It’s not to often I can say that about Facebook, but this genuinely made me grin from ear to ear.

Some weeks ago, I published a request for help by Brian Stringer, who’s a noted local author and community activist. Brian had received requests to make audio versions of his books ‘The Clayhanger Kid‘ and ‘The Clayhanger Kid Two‘, and needed a little bit of help to get them recorded.

Blog reader and contributor Dave Moore, himself a great local history geek, campaigner for Sandfields Pumping Station and all round top bloke stepped forward. It seems the two gents have been working together to make the audiobooks a reality.

Sometimes, very occasionally, this thing we participate in here can make a small difference. That makes me very happy indeed.

My best wishes to both Brian and Dave. Wonderful work.

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5 Responses to For the record

  1. David Evans says:

    Hi Bob
    Excellent! Well done Brian and Dave.
    Kind regards

  2. Clive says:

    Nice one Brian and Dave.

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