Monthly Archives: October 2012

Twittens and Cat Creeps

Jackie had gone to London for the day so I decided to walk around Hollingbury and Patcham, exploring by the network of little alleys and alleys-with-steps –¬†hereabouts known as twittens and cat creeps respectively – which run between gardens and … Continue reading

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Ein Stein from the Lymestone Brewery

A little while ago I was having a beer in Wetherspoons in North Street.¬† Eddie went to the bar to get another round and brought two pints of Ein Stein, saying ‘I asked her for two pints of E equals … Continue reading

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Gardens for Food

You’ll have to stick with me on this one – serendipity piled upon serendipity, and it keeps happening. You may know we have turned our front garden into a food plot – loads of runner beans and chard leaves, some … Continue reading

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