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Once upon a time…

Once upon a time, our band of merry synthesisers set off on a journey to a faraway land.  They had heard of a gathering, in a place called Eydin, where some of the most talented synthesisers in all the world... Continue Reading →

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Desperately seeking a pocketful of rainbow (coloured doughnut)s…

We've recently become slightly obsessed with rainbows... and doughnuts... and more specifically rainbow coloured doughnuts.  We've always been firm believers in Doughnut Friday (doughnuts of the jam variety from the fabulous local bakery) but this is a whole lot more... Continue Reading →

A Summer Meeting with the British Association for Community Child Health

A gloriously sunny morning welcomed us to the Summer Meeting for the British Association of Community Child Health (BACCH) held at Engineer’s House in Bristol. Michael and I (Liz Shaw) had been invited to share the results from a series of... Continue Reading →

A little bit of everything does you good… reflections on #WWGS2016

This week Jo, Morwenna and Alison have been in London for the first What Works Global Summit an exciting five days of workshops, presentations, meetings and networking. Between us we attended sessions on evidence gap maps, raising media awareness, getting... Continue Reading →

A day in the life of… the EST

So you've found yourself on our brand new shiny blog...and now you're wondering who we are and what we do... right?

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