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:

Greenhouse in PET bottles with a new extension as yet unroofed.

Greenhouse in PET bottles with a new extension as yet unroofed.

Have seen these before, once at the Welsh National Botanic Gardens, and previously at a few primary schools during my Eco-Schools years.  But they have the advantage of a big background group of fizzy drinks drinkers to collect the several hundred bottles needed.

I also sought out a feature in the Downs Crematorium mentioned last Sunday by Miriam.  It seemed unlikely but she described a waterfeature, about 12 inches wide and 6 deep, complete with life preserver.  I found it in the gardens of remembrance:

The lifebelt won't fit in the width of the water channel!

The lifebelt won’t fit in the width of the water channel!

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