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Left rusting in a farmyard: The tribute to 9/11 victims that London councils wouldn't display will be given a new home at the Olympic Park
Monday 09 September 2013
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Monday 07 January 2013
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Monday 31 December 2012
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Wednesday 05 December 2012
Friday 20 April 2012
One life, one legend, lots of gaps
Wednesday 11 April 2012
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Friday 20 May 2011
Having given us Battersea Park Road's answer to happiness and men, Losada now jumps though some New Age hoops for her readers, who she chattily refers to as "you".
Sunday 25 July 2010
Thursday 12 November 2009
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Saturday 06 June 2009
Saturday 28 March 2009
Tim Smit at Heligan in Cornwall showed how effective the "lost garden" tag could be when you want to draw in the punters. John Harris at Dewstow House near Chepstow, Gwent, has an even more extraordinary story to tell about the man who lived in his house in Victorian times and the garden he made there. What on earth was in Henry Oakley's mind when in the 1890s he commissioned the well-known firm of James Pulham and Son to burrow under the croquet lawn of his modest villa, with its long views over the Severn estuary? For his client, Pulham created an underground world of caverns and passages, grottoes and waterfalls, pools, stalactites and boulders, all spookily lit by concealed shafts of light coming through grilles let into the lawn above. Why did this unusual place so quickly and completely disappear from people's memories? And how did John Harris, the down-to-earth, practical farmer who now lives at Dewstow, get drawn into this weird fantasy world of Oakley's?
Saturday 07 February 2009
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Wednesday 06 August 2008
Friday 02 May 2008
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