Norwich Filming Trip

Yesterday I went up to Norwich to catch up with three of the Councillors who are working on the project. It’d been two months since I saw them last, when they were still finding their feet on getting their blog set up.

 I’d been keeping an eye on their sites which were slowly developing, but wasn’t sure how they felt about their blogs themselves.

The three of them were extremely positive about their experience and interestingly all for different reasons. Peter was please because he felt he had a space for him to speak out, and it was also bringing him in touch with new people and also some old contacts he’d lost track of. Tony found that he was getting interest in an issue by both comments and emails. Jenny, who hasn’t had much commenting feedback actually on the site, has had local people come up and tell her in person that they’d seen it and liked it.

I think in another month’s time they’ll have achieved even more. Interesting, none of them had thought of their blog as an archive, something I questioned them about, but thinking about it they realised it was a way they could track a particular issue.

Peter and Tony both have big issues being commented on their blogs, while Jenny is about to do a leaflet drop with the blog address on, so in another month I’m sure we’ll see huge changes again. 

3 thoughts on “Norwich Filming Trip

  1. Thanks for the update.

    The archive issue is something Andrew has mentioned before. It is part of being accountable. It is an answer to the question of “What have you done for us?” that gets asked on the doorstep.

  2. Blogging is an excellent way of not only making your “space” on the web but also provides an interactive tool and format and Cllr 2.0 is making great progress. Looking forward to see who the councillors utilise this in the making comings. Thank you.

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