A tiny patch of green
A greenhouse, under an apple tree, in the middle of town – this is Trafalgar Terrace. It’s a tiny patch of green in the middle of the town. A space leftover which has reverted back to what it always was – a garden. It’s signified as a garden by a rather hopeful bird table, an apple tree and a conservatory where tomatoes are growing in the background. And it’s a reminder that the past is always present, ready to supply us with ideas that we might find more convivial in terms of patterns of living and action than those that exist and can offer roots to a more convivial future.