Thanks Dove, the Botanical gardens are well worth visiting and would be even better in the spring. The domes are good to brouse around too and all this is free as are the wonderful museums and art galleries!
Thanks all for your welcome. I have been away in Glasgow so have only just seen your messages. For everyone who lives in Glasgow you have a wonderful city and you are all so friendly!
I really hope to go again some day.
That sounds wonderful as botanical gardens are a particular interest of mine. Glasgow sounds like a great city to visit. I think we will need all of our two days to fit everything in. Thanks again Joyce.
thank you Joyce for the info, we shall certainly look those places up. I think we are staying in that area so the first job is to get a map! My friends booked it up so haven't got all the details. They are coming up from Cornwall on the train so it will be quite s journey for them. I hope they remember their woolies as I imagine the temperature may be a little cooler up there in Scotland!
Cold here in Cheshire but at least it is dry. I got soaking wet with my OH doing the shopping Yesterday.We are going up to Glasgow for two days on the train from Crewe next week. Hoping to visit a museum and Art gallery. Anyone know the best place to go in Glasgow?
Hello, I am new to this forum so am a little puzzled by the comments posted by Pat! Do you live in Austrslia or are you relating a dream about planting up tomatoes! You certainly wouldn't get much joy from seeds and planting up tomatoes here in the UK Just now. I miss my gardening terribly now that winter is almost upon us.
Thank you Muddle up for your reply. I got that far but thought I had to post the new thread! I do hope I get used to this new format!
I haven't posted anything for a long time and am trying to get my head around this new format. Can anyone please tell me how do I post a new thread? There does not seem to be a post indicator anywhere. I would be so grateful for some info! Thanks
I find all sorts of insects and snails in the bin where I put my leaf mould and wonder where have they come from and how do they survive.. Like the pond creatures they seem to just arrive
I tuned into this programme but found I couldn't watch after very sick children were featured with their brave parents. It was all too sad for me so I didn't get to see how the garden was transported. This was a lovely idea though and I do hope people can enjoy it.