The closest you got to a Santa Experience back in the 80s was going to Brownies to find the school jannie, with a pillow stuck up his dukes, wearing a tight-fitting Santa suit, wonky beard and surly expression…
This issue I am taking you to Glen Moss Nature Reserve; a lovely little walk right on our doorstep. The loop at Glen Moss is quite small, but with areas of woodland, marshland and wetland it is a haven for wildlife and plant species and there’s plenty to see for the careful observer.
I am not a fan of bright lighting when out for an evening. It might be something to do with the increasing years. Even in summer it’s quite nice sometimes to escape the brightness of the day. Descending stairs to the Stable Bar at the Fox & Hounds in Houston surrounded by twinkly lights and dark wood beams I am instantly relaxed.
I meet up with Emma, owner and creator at The Gryffe Casting Studio in Bridge of Weir. In her garden studio Emma is working on a torso piece. She explains to me how these individual pieces of art are put together, and it is immediately clear that this is not just business for Emma, but most definitely a passion.
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