30 Days Wild Day 19 – Thornhill Bridge Community Garden

The Wildlife Trusts in the UK has challenged people to go wild throughout June this year. So for the month of June, I am blogging each day about a random act of wildness! Travelling and wildlife go together. Landscapes, cityscapes and skyscapes all hold an abundance of wildlife to enjoy.  We can often miss the little pockets of wildlife […]

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30 Days Wild – Day 14 Creating a Garden

The Wildlife Trusts in the UK has challenged people to go wild throughout June this year. So for the month of June, I am blogging each day about a random act of wildness! Travelling and wildlife go together. Landscapes, cityscapes and skyscapes all hold an abundance of wildlife to enjoy.  We can often miss the little pockets […]

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30 Days Wild Day 12 – Duncan Terrace Gardens, London

The Wildlife Trusts in the UK has challenged people to go wild throughout June this year. So for the month of June, I am blogging each day about a random act of wildness! Travelling and wildlife go together. Landscapes, cityscapes and skyscapes all hold an abundance of wildlife to enjoy.  We can often miss the little pockets […]

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30 Days Wild Day 11 – Birds in St James’s Park

The Wildlife Trusts in the UK has challenged people to go wild throughout June this year. So for the month of June, I am blogging each day about a random act of wildness! Travelling and wildlife go together. Landscapes, cityscapes and skyscapes all hold an abundance of wildlife to enjoy.  We can often miss the little pockets […]

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30 Days Wild – Day 1

30 Days Wild The Wildlife Trusts in the UK has challenged people to go wild throughout June this year. So for the month of June, I will be blogging each day about a random act of wildness! When I travel the wildlife that I can see around me, be that in landscapes or cityscapes are something that […]

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How Vegetable Gardens in Cambodia change lives

Bansay Reak Secondary School Vegetable Garden

Siem Reap in Cambodia is the tourist gateway to the temples at Angkor Wat. When I flew there from Vietnam in March, I headed two hours further north to Samrong and visited something completely different – school vegetable gardens! I travelled with a friend to visit three schools that are involved in the Green Shoots Foundation […]

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Culpeper Community Garden

This is the latest in a series of blog posts about community gardens and food projects. For me, community gardens show how people and spaces can be transformed and connected through the simple acts of gardening and growing food together. Whenever I travel I like to go and find some community gardens and edible spaces to […]

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Bedford Fields Forest Garden Diary

October was mild and gentle this year contributing to a mellow and gradual change in the Forest Garden at Bedford Fields. October was spent mulching beds, coppicing hazel for a trellis on the cabins, creating some raised beds next to the cabin, putting up the new notice board at the entrance to the garden and […]

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Welcome to Inverness

As a child I loved Inverness! It meant the summer holiday had arrived. As a family, we travelled up on the overnight sleeper train from London with our VW Dormobile. On arrival, we drove straight from Inverness station to have breakfast overlooking Loch Ness always hoping that the Loch Ness monster might just pop into view! […]

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Better Bankside Urban Forest Project

On Saturday 17th September I took a walk around the Urban Forest Project in Bankside, London.  It was one of the walks included in the annual London Open House event which is held over one weekend in September. The event is an opportunity to visit houses and venues that would not otherwise ordinarily be open […]

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