Monthly Archives: June 2010
The Guardian, 30 June 2010 Five activists who caused £180,000 damage to an arms factory were acquitted after they argued they were seeking to prevent Israeli war crimes. The five were jubilant after a jury found them not guilty of … Continue reading
We’re having the annual cricket match in the communal garden today and the best bit (obviously) is the tea afterwards. I’ve made marmalade buns from the lovely Jane Brocket book: they’re really easy, use up old oranges, and are lovely. … Continue reading
I cut this rose from our patio yesterday and put it on my desk. Overnight it opened up into this otherworldly glow.
The Guardian, 23 June 2010 Next Tuesday, to celebrate the first anniversary of its restored Elizabethan gardens, Kenilworth Castle is laying on a 300-dish, 320,000-calorie dessert course including gold-gilded jelly, nine varieties of custard tarts, 20 sugar sculptures (bears, houses … Continue reading
The squirrels are breaking into my house – and there’s sod all I can do about it Continue reading