Open: Open All Year - Address: Thornborough Road Adstock Buckingham Buckinghamshire MK18 2JL - Number of Pitches: 5 - Facilities: Electric Hookups, Dogs Permitted, Showers, Toilet Block, Chemical Disposal (On Ciao since: 01/2010)
Open: Silverstone Only - Address: Buckingham Road Silverstone Northamptonshire NN12 8TJ - Number of Pitches: 2000 - Facilities: Chemical Disposal, Shop On Site, Restaurant/Cafe On Site, Dogs Permitted, Showers, Toilet Block (On Ciao since: 01/2010)
Position: full sun or partial shade Soil: well-drained, moderately fertile, preferably acidic soil Rate of growth: fast-growing Fruiting period: July and...... more
Position: full sun or partial shade Soil: well-drained, moderately fertile, preferably acidic soil Rate of growth: fast-growing Fruiting period: July and August Flower colour: white Other features: juicy fruit with a tangy flavour Hardiness: fully hardy Identical in every respect to traditional tayberries, with the exception that this exciting new hybrid is thornless so have smooth canes. It will produce its large, tangy fruit in late July and August and bumper crops can be frozen and enjoyed at a later date. Ideal for planting against a wall or a fence, it also does well in large containers. Garden care: Prepare the spoil well by digging in lots of composted manure before you plant. Plant it in mounded rows or raised beds with parallel wires for support. Alternatively, train it against a wall or trellis and you can expect up to 20lb of delicious fruit from the second season. It is important to avoid excessive winter wet.
This Buckingham 7' x 7' summerhouse from Finewood provides you with a peaceful summer retreat from the gardening and cares of the world. You can relax...... more
This Buckingham 7' x 7' summerhouse from Finewood provides you with a peaceful summer retreat from the gardening and cares of the world. You can relax with a drink or something to read, with or without company.The Buckingham has a solid sheet OSB (oriented strand board) floor with plenty of space for small tables, chairs and loungers. Its walls are clad in high grade 12mm shiplap timber and support an apex roof of 12mm thick tongue and groove timber. A finely glazed window fills the summerhouse with natural sunlight and can also be opened during hot weather. What's more, the double doors and window are made with sturdy mortise and tenon fixtures, so will stand up to continuous use.
Miss Alison Clearwell was a properly brought up young beauty - but now she was far from home and close to scandal.On her way to her uncle in distant Russia, she...... more
Miss Alison Clearwell was a properly brought up young beauty - but now she was far from home and close to scandal.On her way to her uncle in distant Russia, she was fair game for the dashing and determined Prince Nikolai, who had never met a woman he could not win.
Advantages: Fantastic Drawings, Very Detailed Information On Every Species Disadvantages: Quite Expensive
...of Britain and Europe. A couple of years ago I decided that it was time that I updated my reference guide for something a little bit more modern. The book I chose was the Birds of Europe by Lars Jonson.
Lars Jonson is a very well known name in the world of Ornithology. Born in Sweden Lars Jonson is best known as a Bird Artist and has won many prestigious awards. He had an exhibit at the National Museum...
Advantages: A lot of quality tracks and a good sing-a-long Disadvantages: The odd weaker chance, but nothing too bad...
...Europe - Last Look At Eden
Right, I thought I?d do a review on Europe mainly because I saw them the other night in Bristol and they were a lot better than I was expecting and if tickets are still available I would suggest you go see them as they will not disappoint. But I?m not here to review the gig, I?m here to talk about their latest album ?Last Look at Eden,? now the one thing I...
Advantages: Magnificent building, with plenty to see inside Disadvantages: Advance booking advisable
...While on a recent visit to family in Surrey, we decided that Buckingham Palace had long been at the top of our list of ?haven?t seen and must see? attractions. One fine Saturday in August, we went at last. My wife had tried unsuccessfully to book online first thing that morning, and having presented ourselves (including myself, a party of six aged between 83 and 4) at the ticket office soon...