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Whirlwind tour through my Wellcome Trust Fellowship journey and re-imagining a future for a lost cat!

Whirlwind tour through my Wellcome Trust Fellowship journey and re-imagining a future for a lost cat!

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  • Participants walked around Old Trafford in Manchester, taking photos and recording vital statistics,  such as aspect, water supply, security, and surface materials, for any site they thought could be used for food growing,. Sites identified included ginnels, grassed over areas, derelict plots and unloved nooks ad crannies.
  • So one of the most powerful things for me in envisaging this shared goal around growing urban food and using mapping as a lo-tech way to achieve that – we used pens, paper maps, cooking and talking…Ordinary citizens, doing extraordinary things not waiting for the people in power tell us no.

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  • 1. www.hookedonmusic.co.uk
  • 2. Music Cognition Group
  • 3. Hookedonmusic.co.uk
  • 4. “If we work together in the garden, maybe we can work together in crisis…. Dig In!” Wendy Brawer
  • 5. Credit: Paul Andrews, University of Dundee
  • 6. People? Events? Places? Insights? Tools? Networks? Books? Research?