Happy Feet!

metal art on fence at royal mail office

21st May Not being a driver I don’t generally get to the  Royal Mail sorting office out at Dorcan. But recently I was there with someone else and was pleasantly surprised to see this artwork on the perimeter fence. Now I’ve searched and searched on Google for some more information

Grow Bag day

green bag full of garden stuff

10th May 2016 Incredible Edible Swindon Grow Bag day: Wednesday 18th May The Answer Lies in the Soil! ‘In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.’ Margaret Atwood If the above quotation resonates with you then read on! You might want get down and dirty

A Swindon Affair

The Platform

9th May 2016 It was such a lovely affair! Saturday the 7th of May saw an event at The Platform in Swindon. As part of the 23rd Swindon Literature Festival and organized by Martha Parry and Hilda Sheenan this event was a family affair and a love affair with Swindon

Golf Fore All

Broome Manor driving range

9th April 2016 Straight down the middle Now Mark Twain famously referred to golf as a ‘good walk spoiled’. I’m not entirely in disagreement I won’t lie. Golf is in fact surrounded by quips and quotes and here’s a couple more of my faves: “Hockey is a sport for white

Railway Town and other video footage

God's Wonderful Railway

2nd May 2016 It’s only a few days since Martin Parry’s pièce de résistance ‘Railway Town’ was premiered at the Wyvern Theatre to a sell out crowd. I was privileged to be on the Q&A panel after the film – and what a great film it was. SUCH a wonderful testament