The guerilla planter

He is paused, boiler-suited against the work to follow, observing the day fail around him. A light strip in the west lends him eyes and when the town’s dark circumference reaches his boots he gathers up his tools – a sack of tree whips, one old spade, and goes roaming. Roaming in the gloaming. He […]

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Village life – May 2014

According to Wiltshire District Council’s Conservation Area Statement (2004) for Wilsford, “The village appears remote, somewhat bare and undeveloped. There are few trees and hedgerows, the more significant tree groups are at its east and west ends… The lanes from the south approach the village through a landscape almost devoid of mature trees or hedges.” […]

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