By Mike on February 14, 2013
Play England have launched a fantastic ‘Love Outdoor Play’ campaign for Valentines Day. Basically if you love outdoor play – like we do – send your MP or Councillor a Valentines card asking them to love outdoor play too –… Read More
By Deborah on August 3, 2012
It’s true; I regularly break the law…most weekends in fact. Before you get images of shop-lifting, drug-taking or property destruction…it’s a far more ‘middle-classed’ version of illegal.
I am a guerrilla gardener!
Most weekends my husband and I walk our… Read More
By Stan on July 9, 2012
We need to talk about … the weather.
Well of course we do, we’re British and if we didn’t, we might have to talk about our feelings and then the whole carefully crafted edifice might fall apart. But my fundamentally… Read More
By Deborah on July 6, 2012
It’s a Dog’s Life!
No – really it is. I have just had the pleasure of spending three unscheduled days off with only my pooches for company and therefore feel entirely qualified to confess that, should this reincarnation thing be… Read More
By Mike on July 4, 2012
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‘What’s the difference between a weed and wild flower?’ This is a question that came our way during our marathon wildflower seed bomb making sessions at BBC Gardeners World Live. Now I’m sure there is a really scientific answer that… Read More
By Mike on June 26, 2012
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Apologies we’ve been a bit inactive on the blog front recently, however we’ve seen an unprecedented – well for the want of a better phrase ‘period of madness’. Although it is generally always busy up at LT Towers, the last… Read More
By Mike on March 19, 2012
I’m not being seasonalist but I’m mighty glad spring is here! My colleagues in finance and development may disagree as they toil relentlessly against the madness that is the end of the financial year. However, as for me, I’m a… Read More
By Mike on February 3, 2012
In my recent rant in response to the Play England findings that children aren’t playing outside anymore, I made the assertion that the crux… Read More
By Mike on January 20, 2012
By Alannah on January 19, 2012
I tried out a few new years resolutions in the first two weeks of January, and pleasingly quickly found that none of them really fit the bill: after three days of obsessive eating, no-meat-no-wheat was axed after a trip to… Read More