An amazing opportunity to meet Maureen and Keith founders of the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine on the 29th -30th of March 2014 – have a look at the website for more details .
THIS EVENING WILL BE A SPLENDOUR SHARED BY MANY OF BRIGHTON’S FINEST ARTISTS AND MUSICIANS CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF LOU REED THAT ROCKED MANY OF LIVES AND MOST OF RECORD PLAYERS _ STARTS AT 7.30 pm a donation on the door
Dates 1 December and 15th December 2013—26th January 2014—- this is a free event – animals and plants welcome to join us for this service
Recipe of the month – Elderberry, Blackberry & honey ‘Rob ‘-syrup. “lets go a blackberrying “ This recipe goes beyond delicious and healthy- for the mighty and the weak- boosting your immune system along side giving you plenty of Vitamin C and antioxidants. Simmer gently 3 cups of stripped elderberries and blackberries in water ( […]
Hawthorn – The May Tree. … ‘every shepherd tells his tale Under the hawthorn in the dale.’ Milton. Hawthorn – Crataegus is one of the oldest medicinal herbs used in European medicine. It grows as a deciduous shrub or small tree and is found all over Sussex. It is found growing in some of the […]
–Brass!–Leather!- and Jinking -BLING ! the Urban gypsy speaks his truth— LUCK ??? “I don’t need luck …… I am luck…Stars ?? .. they sit just fine ! where they are !…… This recipe is not only for the faint hearted but for them weak […]
Pips and Pith !!!We do grow Marmalade trees in England! – Originally marmalade was made with quince fruit ( known as golden apples) and honey from the bees – known to our Portuguese brothers as marmelo. Today’s recipe using Seville oranges lemons and sugar is somewhat of a mystery how and when it arrived to […]