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Reeling In The Years – The Morris Minor Car Garden

I was searching through some old emails and stumbled across this….

With special thanks to Paddy for what was one day to get this done… at the time [and still] it was so much appreciated. A great song and tells the No rubber Soul story story so well. Read the full story here.

i need an aeroplane…

i need an aeroplane

i need an aeroplane

yes, you read it right! I did the car [click here] and the boat [click here]. And you guessed I want to do a plane. It completes the trilogy of land, sea and air.

The question is can you help? Not too big! Not a jumbo! Just one like this or close enough. I don’t want to fly it. It doesn’t even have to look good…. anyone wanna know more – pick up the phone!

in Rick we trust

in Rick we trust

UPDATE: Of course last year it all ended with the help of the rick o’ shea show and the boat as you know by now reberthed at Electric Picnic.

This time…. I’ve started where I finished off! Tuesday 9th September saw me go live on air [again!] as we not only started a National campaign to look for a sponsor – but – also an aeroplane!

If you are interested, a PR list for the last 2 show gardens and how I and the donegan landscaping design team can tailor this to suit your company is only a cup of coffee away. Why not drop me a line?!

Tree leaves may have a bio-cycle


go make a difference - book review peter donegan

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Among the many books in my library I have a little gem called Go make a Difference – over 500 daily ways to save the planet. Whilst the book relates mainly to mainland UK it is still quite a fine journal crammed with useful links and thins that can be so easily done to help our planet.


One genius little junket was to do with a company who sells products made from from recycled tyres! Remarkable Technologies Ltd however have a website which is brilliant and whilst diddling through it over the weekend I found this page/ paper called Tree leaves: A free source of energy, literally falling from the sky where the author Eric Knight believes that ‘A new, renewable energy source, tree leaves, maybe the ideal earth-friendly bio fuel feedstock for the production of ethanol and/ or as a secondary fuel source for power plants.’

That one may not be so relevant to the general populus… but for apartment dwellers and bedsitters to those in country mansions – if you only did one of these per month in your life… As one of the reviews on the back by John Vidal, environment editor with The Guardian says, ‘How many people does it take to change the world? One to buy this book and six billion to act on it’.