A huge amount of excellent comment has been made about the pros and cons of the Coronavirus lock down. I don’t think at this time I have anything particularly new to say other than to add my thanks to the NHS staff in particular. It is humbling to be a human at this time. I […]
Waking up on February 1st 2020 to some it will feel like everything has changed. Maybe even as if the world has changed. But for the majority of living things, almost all of life on planet earth, nothing has changed. Least of all the seasons. We would do well to remember that as humans, how […]
Sennicotts Garden’s Open to the public for National Garden’s Scheme (NGS) charities. Sunday 9th June 2019 10am – 5pm Monday 10th June 2019 9am – 4pm Monday 17th June 2019 9am – 4pm Monday 24th June 2019 9am – 4pm Adults £4, children free More information at www.ngs.org.uk
I recently heard Chichester’s A27 dilemma likened to the current Brexit chaos. While there are similarities there is one substantial difference. With Brexit no one really knows what we can or can’t have in our negotiations with the EU. On the other hand with the A27 at Chichester the Highways Authority have been consistently clear, […]
It’s February and we are still counting on our first hand the number of frosts we’ve had this exceptionally wet and mild winter.
John Rank’s address to those present at the opening of The Rowland Rank Centre Wednesday 11th January 1989
Your Grace, Lady Felicity, Chair of District Council, Chair of Parish Council, the [Project] Chair and Pride of his, and all other ladies and gentlemen who have helped on the project. We all have ideas and plans, and I often think we need to be careful before putting them into effect. To make sure the […]