Family photos of the Graf Zeppelin at Hanworth26.06.17Stephen
Anne Logie, Historic Environment Volunteer, writes:Read More
Jumping in the Hogsmill to tackle the Balsam26.06.17ElliotOn Saturday the 24th of June, Duke of Edinburgh volunteers arrived at Elmbridge Meadows to help remove the Himalayan Balsam that dominates the river the banks. These invasive pink flowered plants outcompete our native species, reducing local biodiversity.
Varied harvest at the Kitchen Garden in Marble Hill Park23.06.17Stephen22 Jun 2017. Today we harvested plenty of beetroot; red, white and black currants from the heritage fruit bushes; and onions. We found a modest crop of early potatoes in the bed near the large beech tree, which was pleasing because we could not expect much from a relatively shaded area. Other smaller harvests were rhubarb, peas and mangetout, cabbage and spinach. Our loyal customer Tricia took a large bag of produce and we put a tray on display at the Coach House cafe.Read More