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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder!


All this on route to our starter plot allotment on the Weald.  As for crops we’ve got  artichokes, onions, garlic and raspberries. It’s a bit tough digging things up when it’s sweltering but the place is just heaven

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Fortune Park Fun Day


Thoughts about what they liked best from Charlie, Ria, Alfie, Daisy, Isobel, Katie, Tula, Nasser, Ella and Angel and others from under our poetry cherry tree. 161 more words


For love of my allotment

We waited for over two years to get an allotment, but now a few years later we can see it is bearing fruit…well onions!    


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The Open Garden Squares Weekend

Can’t believe my luck. I have been given one of The Poetry School’s (http://www.poetryschool.com/) mini residences, called Mixed Borders, for poets to write in London for the Open Garden Square Weekend 13th and 14th June. 336 more words

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The Looking Glass House, City Books and Happiness!

I am really looking forward to curling up and reading  ‘The Looking Glass House’ by Vanessa Tait who is the only great granddaughter of Alice Liddell. 435 more words

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Charleston - the garden in the sun

A friend invited me to Charleston, driving me there too, what a treat. I knew she had only been able to get one ticket for Case Histories with Jeremy Hutchinson and, according to her, his life, knowledge, wit and wisdom stole the show. 269 more words

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Re-cycling creative writing - 'The hole in the wall.'

Just found a whole pile of rough illustrations I did for ‘The hole in the wall.’  There was one pic. missing  so I’ve  just drawn another one, which brought back happy memories of making the original, on a course at Arvon many moons ago. 485 more words

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