Monthly Archives: April 2014

The year’s at the spring

The Royal Horticultural Society has recently commissioned a survey to find out how many gardeners have thrown snails over their neighbours’ fence. More than a fifth admit to having done so. I’d like to know how many more have but … Continue reading

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When a rubber duck isn’t just a rubber duck

I’ve just returned home from a few days away in Bath. It’s one of my favourite cities – graceful Georgian architecture, and such history, not to mention good shopping at every turn. But for all my visits to the evocative, … Continue reading

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