Strawberry Bank. Even the name is quite enchanting.
House & Home
Ask any full time builder and they’ll tell you building a house is a pretty major endeavour.
MY OLD friend Hamish was already a great fan of veteran Dinky cars when this column sailed down the publishing slipway 25 years ago. So when I ran into him recently, a question rapidly on my lips was what had happened to his collection.
When Gary and Ros Langlands saw the tumbledown little house and its overgrown garden they knew they’d found what they’d been looking for.
The Grange is a development of new build houses by Muir Homes.
June and July were the traditional times for soft fruit picking on the farms, but today we can grow our own berries in our gardens and allotments.
The Lodge is a detached former gatehouse in the heart of Broughty Ferry.
The Old Cornmill at Bridgend of Lintrathen is a Tardis of a house.
Michael Alexander speaks to some of the volunteers who help make Fife and Tayside’s towns blooming marvellous as floral judges again prepare to cast their eye over local entries to annual bloom competitions.
Whether we grow fruit, vegetables or flowers, our success lies in the fertility of the soil in which everything grows.