Monthly Archives: November 2013

Plastic and ponies the Woodingdean way

As the sunshine remained settled no settling at a desk this week. Once again the Downs beckoned and off we trotted to another well trod peri-urban path. Setting out from the dog-eared dog poo decked car park on top of Falmer Hill past ditches brimming with rogue rubbish. We find a deflated dinghy marooned with […]

Shots of sunshine in Stanmer Park

November is now properly nippy but a burst of low level sunshine makes a wood and downland wander irresistible. How lucky are we that within Brighton’s boundary we can make a break for the hills? Stanmer Park provides a vast varied space for kids and dogs and sports to play outside. It’s also easy to […]

Cod Almighty – sunshine and sea life

Saturday saw glassy seas and sunshine on the shores of seaside city.  After recent bottom churning weather it was odds on that the fishes might be hungry. The boat was dispatched – about four miles offshore – to seek something for tea. It wasn’t just the fisherman out enjoying the sun – a pod of […]