Six years ago it was a similar mild and wet December, I happened to be looking on Twitter when I saw a tweet announcing that there was a large flock of Waxwings, at the Midlands best garden centre, Webbs of Wychbold in north Worcestershire. It had been several years since the last irruption of Waxwings… Continue reading Waxwing Winter
Just a (very) short one, to say: Finally! I have an 'About Me' page! 😀 I've decided I will be gradually turning my WordPress into my website, so it becomes more than just a blog! In the past I used Webs, I believe my website there was looking 'dated' and I no longer do anything… Continue reading About Me
"Write a wild poem" 15/06/16 The weather has been inclement again, and I was off to the N.E.C later as a member of Press, to report on BBC Gardeners' World Live. So I opted to write a wild poem; I was happy there was a break in between showers, because I was able to get… Continue reading Day 15 – 30 Days Wild
"Tweet for the wild" 14/06/16 Today I tweeted a link to the video below - which I made last year - about my favourite local patch and why it matters to me: The poem I mentioned in the video: Ode to a Secret River Thanks 😀
This is a well overdue blog post... If you saw my last entry in June, then you know I spent a week in the amazing Lake District! This post is for the last 4 days of 30 Days Wild/June. For those who don't know - I stayed in a place called Little Langdale with 4 of… Continue reading The Last of #30DaysWild in The Lakes!
Behind the Scenes: Video for the Wild I chose the mystery location for yesterdays' video, because I grew up a short walk away from it and was inspired by an episode of Countryfile where Anita Rani showcases rural Bradford 😛 Incase you've not seen the video, I'll not ruin the 'surprise' with naming it. It's where I… Continue reading Day 24 – 30 Days Wild