Boost News Desk | Nov 4, 2022 | 0
Back from the ford
This week, we’ve not been in Torbay and instead took a road trip on our way to the historic town of Hereford.
So when it came to doing the #BoostTorbayChat this week it was certainly optimistic of us to think we would get to Hereford in time, needless to say it was done from the actual car whilst driving 70mph up the M5.
I hasten to add it wasn’t me tweeting that night, that role fell to my partner.
Normally on a Sunday I would spend the day updating the blog and preparing for the weeks tweets and scheduling the featured accounts tweets. So this weeks update is coming a little later than originally planned.
Torquay Tweet Up
We are putting together the final arrangements this week, and will update you all in due course.
Over the years #BoostTorbay hasn’t done much, more than be a hashtag and has helped out in various community pursuits over the past few years. However we’re now taking #BoostTorbay live with our very first live chat. We are hoping to meet a lot of the faces behind the accounts that have been using our hashtag over the years.
We’ve limited the number of tickets to 50, so ensure you get yourself a ticket asap. If it proves the #BoostTorbayChat up is a sell out then we may be able to put more on sale before the 7th October.
Featured Account – @LoisTaylor1993
Lois Taylor recently contacted us with regards to putting a blog post on this blog about being one of the lucky 50 people to make it through to one of the final stages of the selections process for a new TV show, The Perfect World.
In our recent blog post, Brixham Woman asks for help to win her perfect world on new TV show, we introduced you to a bit about the show and about Lois. We encourage you to please vote for her and I think we all wish her the very best of luck.
To show your support for Lois, you can follow her on twitter at @LoisTaylor1993 or give her a vote.
This week, Torquay will once again be filled with over eight hundred delegates representing the Global Geoparks senior UNESCO officials, scientists, policy makers and government representatives. The focus of the conference is on Health and Well Being of communities through Creative and Active Engagement.
More details can be found on their website at: http://ggn2016.com/