TouchType moves, and a Night in Brockdish, Suffolk and London - 19th October 2011

TouchType - makers of SwiftKey, the Android market's most popular keyboard, and Nosher's empoyer - are moving offices, so there's a bit of a "school trip" down the road to see the new offices before the furniture moves in. Then, a few days later (actually, on return from Silverstone), there's a night out at the Brockdish Red Lion to see "Them Harvey Boys" in action.

next album: TouchType at Silverstone, Northamptonshire - 22nd October 2011
previous album: Another Afternoon with Janie and Marinell the Mustangs, Hardwick, Norfolk - 16th October 2011

Chris roams around the empty office

Adam points the way

People stare out of the window

The ping-pong table in the basement kitchen area is examined

Doug has a go at table tennis

The Shard nears completion

Cannon Street station, and the top of the oh-so-80's NatWest tower and the much newer Heron Building and Gherkin

The existing TouchType offices in the Oasis Centre on Kennington Road in North Lambeth

Nosher's infinite bicycle in the lifts at the Oasis Centre

The newsagent-cum-minimart across the road

The outside of the old offices

The very shiny and newly-restored North Lambeth tube station

A plane flies over The Shard on a rainy day

Marc in the Brockdish Red Lion

A blur of people watch Them Harvey Boys

A sign tells it like it is

The view of the A143 from the back of The Boy Phil's car

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Chris roams around the empty office