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July 11, 2020

Doing a little bit of weeding the other morning brought my attention to a sea of tiny mushrooms under the Helebore plants. It was a surprise to see this whole other world in the dappled light.

Two days later, I looked again and they had completely disappeared without tr...

July 10, 2020

I was inspired by a post called Busy Doing Nothing by a friend of TLC Art Project Severine Cochard which introduced me to the idea of No Mow May.

To be honest No Mow May suited me down to the ground - especially as we had long-tailed tits nesting in the hedge and it jus...

July 7, 2020

This was one contribution from our recent Mail Art Postcard Project, which we wanted to share as a blog post because it was so ambitious and beautifully executed:

On one day in March as corona virus spread through Spain my dream of celebrating the end of my 50s in Valen...

My Lilies:

This is third year, they are different colours each year!

My Calla just starting to flourish, and my garden in the rain, I hope it looks like when I took picture the rain was shining, also at the moment I’m at my sons flat this two pigeons.

The one on wall is i...

July 7, 2020

Diane is our drop-in Project Manager at TLC:

I have spoken to many of our participants over the last few weeks on the telephone and some of you through email.  It has been lovely to speak to you and to find out what you have been doing to fill your time. 

I know man...

July 7, 2020

We are very happy to have received some Arts Council Funding to be able to bring back our team of freelance artists to work with us to offer more support to the participants of tlc art project.

Nigel Wood, Emily Hayes and Naomi Kendrick will be working with us until Oct...

June 25, 2020

Following on from the Study of Mangetouts here are some  heart lifting mid summer  colours from down my lotti today.

What a palette!

June 22, 2020

We tend to separate out vegetable growing from other types of plants in the ornamental garden.

There is a lot of appreciation for trees and flowers in particular in the garden, but we can also appreciate the beauty in the plants that we grow for food. At the moment the...

June 22, 2020

I’ve always loved trees. As a child they were among my best companions and places of imagining where I could play, hide or climb to the top and be transported to the Crows Nest of a sailing ship voyaging to a foreign land. So when I read the recent blog about “Befriend...

June 8, 2020

Today I received a link to this, and I wanted to share it. 

It is a song written by Maddy and performed by herself and Ato Erzan-Essien, you can see and hear the song by clicking on the image or link below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPAu83ncGSQ&feature=youtu.be

Just...

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