April was a record-breaking month on this blog


Last month broke all records for unique users (over 38,000 – previous best over 26,000 (January 2016)) and page views (around 115,000 – previous best over 103,000 (August 2015)).

Thank you to all the readers who made this the case – whether they were delighted or irritated by the blog’s contents – and all the guest bloggers, commenters, photographers, artists (especially cartoonist Ralph Underhill) and others who have contributed over the years.


11 Replies to “April was a record-breaking month on this blog”

  1. Looks like this is a clear case anthropogenic heating of the blogosphere. That’s one temperature rise which can be celebrated by everyone — bar a few billionaire, tax avoiding, subsidy grubbing landowners.

    1. Jim – yes! You must be doing what I am doing. I bet you know which other constituency is on 99 don’t you?

        1. I like particularly like those deep burgundy colours Richard, very soothing!

  2. There are two Mark; York Central and Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale, and Tweeddale. Also nearly got that inaugural member of the 200 Club.

      1. I’m a bit disappointed with my six Oxon constituencies! The last petition numbered 473 between them but only up to 371 so far this time. Come on you 102 laggards get signing and sharing!!

        1. Richard – there are 20 weeks still to go, remember! It’s a marathon, not a sprint. Thank you for all your help.

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