Author: Claire Fleetneedle
Looking out at the garden at this time of year is hardly an inspiring sight. But under the frost and brown dead stems are green shoots and a glimmer of hope for warmer days.Read the full story..
Last year I noticed we had a frog in the front garden. I would often see it at night while I was watering and would say ‘hello’ as it sat looking up at me.Read the full story..
In her Growing up North series for Northern Soul, our Gardening Correspondent Claire Fleetneedle looks at the unique challenges faced by gardeners up North and shares tips, ideas and horticultural happenings across the region.Read the full story..
I’ll not lie, Christine Walkden is my favourite TV gardener.Read the full story..
In a new series for Northern Soul, our Gardening Correspondent Claire Fleetneedle looks at the unique challenges faced by gardeners up North and shares tips, ideas and horticultural happenings across the region.Read the full story..
“I’m just Kris the plumber from Salford.” Kris Hitchen, star of the new Ken Loach film, talks to Northern Soul
I first met Kris Hitchen when he fitted my shower.Read the full story..
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- Book Review: This Is How We Come Back Stronger – Feminist Writers on Turning Crisis into Change
- Image Gallery: Jade Magenta Williams, A Smart Price way of life, PAPER, Manchester
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