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“What is beautiful is good, and who is good will soon be beautiful” Vita Sackville-West We presume Vita very much had Sissinghurst in her mind when she wrote this...
Country cowboys wrestle with winter.We're cowboys at country living, totally incompetent...
After a dismal bout of cold weather, spring is on the way...
An initiative to help inform young and new drivers in schools across KentIn early October I will be starting a series of seminars and question and answer sessions to 16 and 17 year olds in schools across Kent...
What was supposed to be a gentle stroll for David Philpott soon turned into a reverie about the lives of the ancients in the Medway Valley on a muddy day in January. WALKING WITH GIANTS“The Nephilim were on the earth in those days, and also afterward, when the sons of God came in to the daughters of man and they bore children to them...
The staggering water footprint of foodSeptember last year saw international bigwigs meet in Stockholm for World Water Week, the theme of which was water and food security...
This old man is a representation of time itself. From 1767, he held his hourglass over the church clock in Cranbrook but in 1922 he finally grew weary and fell down. He now rests in Cranbrook Museum while a replacement made of pre-cast stone, with a real scythe covered in copper, hangs in his place. If you would like to keep him company for a while please click here for Cranbrook Museum's visitor information...