Harvest Fame

After blogging about the Harvest Festival on Sunday, I was called up by the Oxford Mail (no correlation, I doubt the Oxford Mail reads my blog!) and interviewed me about the festival. An article is going in tomorrows paper, and …

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Harvest Festival

Yesterday was the harvest festival at Barracks Lane Community Garden. I don’t know why I haven’t written more about the garden before, given I love it and I work for it two days a week! Somehow I’ve never got around …

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Pretty picture

I’ve not have time or the energy to blog in the last week or two, so here’s a pretty picture of something* flowering in my garden at the moment. Don’t even ask me about the lottie, I haven’t been about …

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A sunny weekend

Bloody hell, we are going to have a sunny weekend! What’s more, it’s the first and only weekend in ages that Kevin and I are home and no committments, so we can get down to the Lottie. Lottie in the …

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Ouch, and ouch

In between job hunting, I’ve been getting some work done both at the lottie and at home. Kevin and I have made lots of progress cutting back the brambles that covers two-thirds of the lottie. But, ouch! Bloody brambles, they …

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Lottie beginnings

My allotment is on Cricket Road, Oxford. I took it on in November 2008, joined by my partner Kevin, and friend Mark who do quite a bit of the digging; though some credit should also go to Mark’s friend Jason …

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