20 February 2020
Although I remember going to the “start the week” meeting, the various Outlook gremlins we seem to be suffering from have retrospectively removed from my diary. They also duplicated everything in my calendar, and Jools and I removed different versions, so at one point I had no commitments in my calendar. Bliss.
13 February 2020
Another “start the week”, although one noted for a bit more knowledge transfer than usual – perhaps people are withholding information to make these meetings more interesting?
31 January 2020
Another Monday and another “start the week” meeting. Will their fascination never dim?
24 January 2020
Monday started without any dire warnings about the weather, so I made it down to Swindon for a slightly depleted “start the week” meeting – lots of people were elsewhere.
17 January 2020
The week started oddly, in that Cyrus had issued such dire warnings about weather and our safety that I (along with others I think) had decided to call into the “start the week” meeting rather than risk driving down for the early start.
10 January 2020
I made it to the “start the week” meeting despite the very strong urge not to get up. First priority after that was to update the Risk Register – it had been on my to-do list for about a month but I needed to sit down connected to the wonderful SharePoint system and that required more patience than I can generally muster
30 December 2019
I managed to be in Swindon on a Monday morning but had been stitched into a teleconference, so missed the “start the week” meeting.
12 December 2019
Another week where I managed to attend the “start the week” meeting – although the Swindon traffic meant I was a few minutes late. After that it was a meeting with the guys who are proposing to develop an iPhone app for the KTNs.
05 December 2019
I had meant to drive to Sheffield for a METRC Board meeting, but the intermittent fault with my car prompted me to bow out gracefully and instead go to London.
28 November 2019
Monday was another normal one, so I missed the “start the week” meeting and instead headed down to London. I was taking part in the Guardian Cleantech Summit (http://www.guardian.co.uk/cleantechsummit), courtesy of Filomena’s original catch that it was happening and Lady Claire’s desire to engage with the media at every opportunity.