This was written during one of Lisa Vigour’s Inspirational Nites, an open mic with a difference. Lisa provides writing pads and prompts and […]
Caught red-handed, having fun. . . Some might say the amount of pleasure I derive from ‘brambling’ is disproportionate. But I’d say they’re wrong.
I am struck by themes of ‘blue’ at the moment and want to explore this in a range of poems this weekend at Magna Carta Festival in Faversham. Bluebells still abound, a promise of something more […]
‘Terry’s Cherries’ is a small fruit stall in the orchards near Faversham. To get to it you turn off the drive to school farm and drive deep into […]
I am coming to the end of a month of writing, talking, thinking about orchards, and how they grew up along the A2, the road that I live on. I go […]
Interviews with Rob Malcolm, cherry farmer, and Pam Talbot on picking cherries in the 1960s and 1970s – and a poem, ‘Know your cherries’