Tuesday, 17 August 2010

A Dark Corner Of Oxford

Graham and Ali spent the day transforming a very small garden in a dark corner of one of the college properties. Once the area had been cleared of ivy, unwanted weeds and over grown shrubs cut down, Graham began transporting the gravel, from what felt the other side of Oxford, by wheelbarrow to the garden. Unable to wheel the gravel into the garden itself, he had to shovel it in to trugs and hand it to Ali over the wall, who then spread the shingle over the weed suppressing fabic she had placed over the soil. The light colour of the shingle has brightened up this garden in a dark corner of Oxford.

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