Monthly Archives: August 2022

Seventy years in the life of Wrango

Seventy years ago this month my parents bought Wrango in Denham Village, and they owned it for 68 years. Continue reading

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Blink and you’ll miss it

The evening primroses in my garden burst into flower when my back is turned. Continue reading

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Unprecedented path-creation

Forty years ago the late Peter Melchett dedicated more than five miles of paths at Courtyard Farm, Norfolk, an unprecedented act of generosity. Continue reading

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South Asia comes to the Chilterns

I joined a colourful day in the Chilterns to celebrate and learn about the South Asian heritage. Continue reading

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