Friday 14th February, the big storm, taking with it a wall and a whole row of beach huts. What a shambles and how sad to see all those chairs, tables, children’s toys, scattered on the Pitch and Putt and carted off on council lorries. Ours was rebuilt at the end of the summer and had turned sideways but at least it was still there!
The Puppeteers Daughter
- Private View at The Garden Museum in Lambeth!
- Poet in residence in Earls Court Square!
- My garden one of my favourite things…
- Teresa Winchester’s Open House!
- Bluebell Woods with Robin
- Poetry and Paper mâché – Brighton’s 2017 Children’s Parade…
- Briefly to Brompton Cemetery and breakfast at Troubadour!
- Was it something that I said
- Constable in Brighton – brilliant!
- A pas de deux for a poet in residence?
- The cottage
- A spring in one’s step at last!
- A Sad Goodbye to Farthings
- Living in the moment.
- Poetry London’s Spring Launch in brief.
- A cheerful robin and changing light…
- Signs of an early Spring on Beacon Hill.
- What would we have done without Alice?
- Sir John Betjeman loved burnt toast.
- Dancing Skeletons Re-discovered
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