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TweetMakerhoodie Kaylene describes herself as a “displaced/misplaced Canadian who has found a home in good ole Londontown”. She lives in Brixton with her husband and two cats, Fury and Kafka, who were very keen to be part of this interview, … Continue reading
TweetMary Portas’s review of the future of our high streets highlights that online shopping has contributed to the demise of town centres. But the work we have done with Makerhood shows that online sites can also help revitalise interest in buying … Continue reading
TweetUpdate. Wonderful news: Nadia Gilani of South London Press is doing a piece on Makerhood for Tuesday’s edition! We’ve extended the survey so that SLP readers could contribute their views. Thanks to everyone who has entered our online survey which … Continue reading