Author Archives: SallyK

Sally Kindberg’s notes (possibly for her mystery/memoir)

UNDERGROUND From the Nottingham Caves Survey February 2011 http://nottinghamcavessurvey.org.uk/mycave.htm  One of the major goals of the project is to assess the archaeological importance of Nottingham’s caves. Some are currently scheduled monuments and are of great local and national importance. Some … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg’s Museum of Dust

A few of the exhibits from my Museum of Dust. Most samples collected by me on my travels, but some kindly donated, e.g. dust from inside Dr Who’s Tardis. Each bottle has a story to tell, evoking a location, a … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg talks to other City Guides of 2006

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Sally Kindberg goes exploring (kind of)

The other night I was so restless I went for a night walk, and realised I hadn’t been out during the night for ages.  Earlier I’d watched  a TV programme about Norwegian explorer Nansen trying to get to the North … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg’s 4 frame comic strip stories

Can you tell a story in four frames? See Lockdown Love above and Wings below, tales from my notebook, drawn very quickly.  Sometimes it’s good to set yourself a time limit. More soon about a workshop making your stories come … Continue reading

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Early spring on Primrose Hill

My early morning walk was a bit earlier than I intended – I misread my clock, thinking it was 8.30 but it was an hour earlier, the light must have woken me.  I walked past the hawthorn grove again, no … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg on the Thames foreshore

Yesterday, March 3rd,  would have been my youngest sister’s birthday. I waited for the Thames to float this paper boat, a sort of ritual to celebrate my sister’s memory.  Yellow seemed a good colour to represent a kind, mischievous, generous … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg and Mr Swedenborg at a story map workshop

A missing skull? A Book of Dreams? Miasma and a creaking cupboard? Live drawing here at a new workshop  Saturday March 20th! Meet 18th century author, philosopher, scientist, inventor, and astronomer Mr Swedenborg.  Travel back in time to London three … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg looks at Dickens’s fanmail in Broadstairs

Broadstairs is one of my favourite seaside places to visit, and in the past, before it closed to the public, I often called in at a house once used by Charles Dickens for summer holidays. Here’s my story for the … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg attempts to sort her notebooks

Every so often I try and sort out some of my hundreds of notebooks, visual diaries mostly stored in glass fronted Globe Wernicke cabinets which open outwards from the top.  This can be hazardous as occasionally I’ve been almost overwhelmed … Continue reading

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