An Evening at Cowdray
I have a lovely event to share with you this week! With just one month to go until the release of my new book The Bridleway: How Horses Shaped the British Landscape, my calendar is filling up with talks and events throughout the rest of the year - starting with an evening in the Walled Garden at the beautiful Cowdray Estate on 28 June. If you’ve never been to Cowdray Park, it is a stunning 16,500-acre estate just outside Midhurst in West Sussex. It’s also home to the Cowdray Park Polo Club, which makes it the perfect place to talk about the relationship between horses, humans and the landscape. Tickets are £15 (free for under 16s) and I’d love to see you there!
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My mind is all a-fizz this week. I was about to launch my new Teemill shop today as a fun way to put my designs on clothes. But at the last minute, pepped up on too much late-night coffee, my brain went mad and I decided to launch a proper branded collection with its own name and everything. I’m very excited about it but now it’s all I want to think about and I have quite a lot of other stuff on my plate at the moment. So I’m having to force myself to stick to my to-do list today, with the promise that I can launch the new collection on the summer solstice next month. (Do you ever find yourself haggling with your own brain?!) Watch this space if you’re interested - and in the meantime you’re most welcome to like my new Instagram page for updates!