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The retired rig transformed into one of the UK’s largest public art installations. Did you know that your brain reads faster than your eye? These and many more inspirational articles!
Friends of the long table logo

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A social enterprise changing the world through food

What if everyone in our community had access to great food and people to eat it with? The Long Table is facilitating change (less loneliness, less illness and healthier eating) by getting people to work together to rebuild and reshape the way our community operates.

Why not become a friend of The Long Table?

Box in store room with image of bike

Image credit: vanmoof.com

TV, or not TV

Vanmoof combined 3 of our favourite things, innovative design, clever marketing and bikes, and saved a lot of money.

Read their bike box story

Bionic reading words

Image credit: Bionic Reading

Improving digital accessibility

Did you know that your brain reads faster than your eye?

Let us introduce Bionic Reading. It works by highlighting initial letters in a word and letting your brain fill in the rest, potentially making reading easier for neurodiverse audiences.

Read faster here

Retired rig public art installation

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A friendly monster

The SEE Monster is a retired rig from the North Sea which is being transformed into one of the UK’s largest public art installations to inspire global conversations about a sustainable future.

See the monster for yourself

Shadow and illustration man wearing glasses reading a book

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What lurks in the shadows?

Vincent Bal is a Belgian filmmaker and visual artist widely known for his artwork based around shadows cast by everyday objects.

More visual treats