SSW Talking Wall

Please visit the Talking Wall for the lastest messages…

The Talking Wall exists to facilitate communication between SSW, the village of Lumsden and the many commuters who pass through Lumsden on a daily basis. If you have notices you’d like theTalking Wall to announce – birthday’s, anniversaries, community events – or if you have favourite quotations or poetry that relate to the themes of community, sustainability, or the natural world please contact or call into the SSW office. We’d love to hear from you!

Advance notice of specific announcements is desirable – especially if you want your announcement to appear on a particular day (for example, a birthday).

Like Twitter and other forms of social messaging the Talking Wall has restricted letters, punctuation and numbers so your announcement will have to take account of the following restrictions:

Up to three lines of text // An average of no more than 20 – 25 words // Available letters, punctuation and numbers include: A (6) B (7) C (7) D (7) E (7) F (7) G (7) H (7) I (7) J (3) K (7) L (7) M (7) N (7) O (6) P (7) Q (3) R (7) S (7) T (7) U (7) V (3) W (5) X (3) Y (5) Z (3) & (1) “ ” (1) . (3) : (1) , (3) ! (2) ? (3) 0 (4) 1 (4) 2 (4) 3 (3) 4 (3) 5 (3) 6 (3) 7 (3) 8 (3) 9 (3)

The Talking Wall is the first phase of a project by Jonathan Baxter and Sarah Gittins entitled When  the Future Was Now. The project investigates the theme of sustainability as it relates to SSW as an organisation and Lumsden as a village. For further information or to get involved please see Jonathan and Sarah’s blog….

http://www.whenthefuturewasnow.wordpress.com/

Email emily@ssw.org.uk or call the SSW office on 01464 861372

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