Monthly Archives: June, 2012

Brighton Pier

It’s another cold, windy and rainy summer’s afternoon, and I am really missing the sunshine! So to cheer myself up a bit I have decided to blog about happier times, about a time when the sun shone and Brighton Pier beckoned. I am so nostalgic for those days (Monday afternoon to be precise!) that I …

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Anna Masters: Street Pianos

On Thursday I spent an afternoon with talented artist Anna Masters. Anna is contributing to an exciting public art project entitled:  Street Pianos: Play Me, I’m Yours and has hand-painted 10 pianos which will be displayed in various locations throughout London. Anna Masters has been involved in other high profile art projects in the past, …

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The London Green Fair

The London Green Fair celebrated its 20th Anniversary at Regent’s Park this weekend and I popped along (with my camera, of course!) to enjoy a sunny Saturday at the event. A growing awareness of environmental issues within the capital has seen this once small Fair develop into a popular annual event, which attracts tens of …

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Kew Gardens in June

The perfect tonic to a busy week was a Saturday spent at the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. Kew Gardens was founded in 1759 and continues to inspire and enlighten. In addition to being one of London’s most popular visitor attractions, Kew Gardens’ contribution to conservation and plant science is of central importance.    After enjoying a relaxing picnic …

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