A cloud of tiny black bees fizzing outside the bedroom window tells me summer is here.
Articles by Sara Hudston
English elms: the trees that are all around us which we don’t see.
These saplings will help improve the landscape near the line of pylons that stalk across the Marshwood Vale
The spring 2019 issue is a collection of non-fiction, fiction, poetry and artwork that responds to living in the ‘age of fire’.
Golden Cap, Dorset: This rare species is now re-colonising the south coast of England after an absence of more than a century.
Looking inside an abandoned wasps’ nest found in an outbuilding in late winter. A piece written for the Guardian Country Diary.
This piece for the Guardian Country Diary was inspired by a night walk in the
The River Tone at Taunton flows brown beside shopfronts, cafes and the Brewhouse theatre, sliding
Ten o’clock on a hot, still evening with the dew falling like nectar on parched
Who was St Wite? Nobody knows. She is a mystery, and that is part of her power. There are no written historical records of her life. But there is a strong and consistent oral tradition that she was a Saxon woman who lived as a hermit on the cliffs near her sacred well.