a balcony plant is flowering again to our amazement
The council want to sell council owned land in Littlehampton to a developer to build houses no-one wants and deny residents one of the few green spaces in the town. We visited the green for the first time and found a lovely peaceful space which was well used in the late afternoon by many people out for a walk with their dogs. We were told by people we met that there is a wealth of wild life using the green including bats, foxes, adders and kestrels. Residents have applied to give the land Village Green status to preserve it.
Two fishing boats patrolled the sea off Littlehampton this afternoon
The marigolds on our balcony are still doing well
From our walk on the endangered green space: