Monthly Archives: March 2013

Dressing the Street

Saw a simple but effective planter on a signpost last week, and returned to photograph it today.  Whippingham Street closed on Sunday 24th March for a day of street games, and this was left behind.

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Local Characters of interest

Seen twice in the last week, the girl in the clothing that looks like she admires Grayson Perry, once with her brightly dressed friend, and later on her own.

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Launching the Veolia Dragonflies

Last night I attended a gathering at the Hollingdean waste facility, where I met the artists who designed the three dragonflies, and several other local folk.  The mayor was there and there were nibbles but no wine. Met Dan Danahar … Continue reading

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Shopping in Horsham, lunch and a walk – that was the plan

On the 22nd we caught a bus to Horsham to collect a sheet of brass Jackie ordered.  It will become a fine Equinoctial dial or two. The plan was to catch the bus back to Partridge Green for lunch at … Continue reading

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Walking to the University

Set out at 10.30am for a noon appointment with the dental hygienist at the Sussex Uni health centre.  Wanted to explore some features of a possible walking and cycling route north and west of the Lewes Road.  I went for … Continue reading

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More walking observations

Earlier this week I did what is becoming my usual walk, up through the cemetery and onwards.  This time along the edge of the Tenantry Downs allotments, where I saw two ‘greenhouses’ made of PET bottles, here is one of them: … Continue reading

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Two funny things today

Checking the Radio Times for this afternoon’s listening I read the blurb for a new sitcom.  It finished,  ” . . the pressure increases when his mother breaks her arm.”  then, in smaller print, ‘For cast and details see Monday.’ … Continue reading

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