As the light fades on 2010 I finally have time to reflect, and what a year it’s been. The snow at the end of November meant we were working right up to Christmas. So Christmas has been a lovely time for rest and reflection after completing work and university deadlines.
In a year in which we saw a new coalition goverment (which feels very conservative), air travel ground to a halt with the eruption of a volcanic ash cloud, Spain won the world cup, the country ground to a stand still with the coldest December for 150 years and Heidi Joyce Gardens had it’s strongest year yet.
We have gained some really exciting jobs this summer including the restoration of a fabulous garden in Ashurst Wood and our first commercial maintenance contract for a block of flats in Kemp Town, which we have already started to transform. Happy days. I have successfully completed my first year and part of my second on my BA in Garden Design at Hadlow and Miranda is well underway with her RHS level 2 at Plumpton.
So here’s to 2011 and a very happy, prosperous and healthy new year to you all.