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In July 2016 Jeni created a garden at RHS Hampton for the WWT supported by HSBC water programme. The garden used predominantly reclaimed materials and british native plants to show different ways water can be used, stored and enjoyed in a garden that supports wildlife and people. It was a large and ambitious garden but I was over the moon we won Gold and best show garden . the garden has now been reinstalled at WWT washington where it will have a lasting legacy as a learning garden for school children and families.
A Space to connect and grow
This year has been incredible !!! I finally got to create a garden at RHS Hampton court flower show . wow wow wow what a brilliant experience it has been .There were so many highlights working with Metal as our sponsors ,meeting and working with Sophie Antonelli on the project , learning to Plasma cut and being good at it ! Winning GOLD and BEST SUMMER GARDEN woohoo , then to top it off Monty Don declared our garden his favourite part of the whole show at the end of Gardeners world. I really couldn't have dreamed it better .
I am so looking forward to our 2nd #Crim


This year has been very busy with various projects 

industrial heritage museums Spalding Moulton mill, Pinchbeck pumping station museum and chain bridge forge, commissioned me to create three artworks to form a trail between the three sites 


Loughborough 2018 warhorse project I have been creating a full size horse in steel for the WW1 commemoration , it will be covered in poppies created by children and will be led through the streets of loughborough as part of the parade on 11th November 

art on the wold art and antique fair 

Hilliers sculpture park


. In the run up to Christmas I will be at Kings Cliffe transition fair Sun 1st DEC, open studio at 60 cross drove Coates Pe7 2hj, 6th 6pm-9pm and DEC 7th and 8th 10am-5pm  with Sue Shields, Ann Bellamy,Denise Brown, Janet Bates, Sam Roddon and Kathryn Parsons 

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