|Big hole at the back of the Town Hall|
|Art shop expands|
As the change in the epicentre creates a wave of change that moves to the suburbs it is clear to see a lower level more bourgeois set of developments and Ealing as a point on the new Crossrail project is seeing change at a level I've not seen in the 30 odd years that I've been based here.
|Hardly Power to the People|
|Pizza Hut closes after over 200 years|
|New flats everywhere|
What once would have been new office blocks are now residential and Ealing continues its struggle to define itself as a shopping and cultural centre as opposed to being just a place to reside - how to capture anew a vibrant heart for this green and pleasant borough with it's film history remains a challenge.
Lecture 4 from Grayson
|Mr and Mrs Perry|
Grayson remains somewhat enigmatic a 'blokey' transvestite with the common touch and uncommon depths who wants to communicate his love of art but is second guessed by his own post modern Essex ironic-ism.
Like Barry from Eggheads (and me) Philippa has trained as a Samaritan listener.
On the plot
Spent a splendid half day on the allotment on Thursday, dug stuff up and planted Garlic, Shallots and Onions and my new reformed behaviour means I've labeled what I've planted.
|Garlic and Shallots|
|Onions red and white?|