Monthly Archives: January 2011

Signs of Spring

The very cold weather we are enduring does not seem very springlike. However, there are definite signs in the garden. Green shoots for one.

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Recipe and Food Interest Books

I’ve got quite a number of books to give away. They belonged to my mother, but she does not need them any longer. Here’s the first batch:

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Intruders

J challenged a stranger in the car park the other day who was fiddling with a bike. Mine as it happens. He claimed to be fixing it for his girlfriend Sarah in flat 37. J called the police. They haven’t … Continue reading

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Message from Jeremy re Carter Place Meeting

Thank you for your support in our campaign to save Carter Place Garden. As we mentioned before Christmas, thanks to your help and the enthusiasm of the local community, we have made great progress with our campaign. In November our … Continue reading

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New Year

New Year, a time when we make resolutions. If you could change one thing to improve life at Abbey Court, what would it be?

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The King Connection

Our garden walls are much older than Abbey Court. There are some nice Victorian details in the brickwork and clues to an industrial past. You’ve probably noticed details like these:

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