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Bowles & Wyer by John Wyer - 2M ago
Octavia Hill Hands up anyone who knows who Octavia Hill is? Not many people, by the looks of it. I heard mention of her in a short ..read more
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The cubist villa in the Jardin Majorelle Apologies for the long silence – as seems to happen every year, Chelsea Flower Show and other ..read more
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Bowles & Wyer by John Wyer - 2M ago
We all know competition in markets is the best way to improve things. It drives down prices for consumers, drives up standards and ensures ..read more
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Bowles & Wyer by John Wyer - 2M ago
Ahh – the crowds… Chelsea is upon us once again: time for some overpriced Pimm’s and a wander down Main Avenue. Some of you might ..read more
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Bowles & Wyer by John Wyer - 5M ago
Jacob’s garden completedSometimes you get projects you just can’t turn down. Our purpose as a business is to ‘Enhance lives and ..read more
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I apologise in advance for the length of this post. it is an almost verbatim coverage of my talk at Palmstead on 24th January. The actual ..read more
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The finished garden at Outpatients It was a bright sunny day in April, and I was on a site visit to Addenbrooke’s Hospital, where our ..read more
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I was reading WTF by Robert Peston this morning. ‘How on earth’ I asked myself ‘does a man with as many commitments as this find the ..read more
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The beautifully detailed Remembrance and Hope bench at Kew gardens. I have written before about Gaze Burvill’s furniture on this blog ( ..read more

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