There is always something interesting to read about on the notice boards scattered round Evesham.In the Garden of England and surrounding fertile areas cross fertilisation, sprouting, forking, rooting up and pollinating are very much a way of life. If we had a garden of our own, a daily mulching and drilling would be de rigeuer, and seed swapping a definite date on our horticultural calendar ……………. but alas, this is not a pleasure we can take part in, being without a garden, unless ……. I apply for an allotment????
But, there are always plenty of intellectual talks we could go to …… an evening learning about Clementi, “Born in Rome and Died in Evesham”. Sadly, I am found ignorant and wanting, but I am sure Mr D can enlighten us. Perhaps this might be a little too heady and heavy for us at the moment, however, I will keep looking, because there is bound to be something that will eventually fire our imaginations and broaden our horizons, beyond the odd confectionary or cake review.