Aidan Ward

10th October 2016

Biggin Hill as a place

  What is it about places? When Susannah and I first looked around in May the bluebells were out. That sold it to me along with […]
8th May 2016

Wood fires in the rain

We did get some Welsh rain, spilling out across the border into Cheshire and the Sandstone Ridge. So although we had masses of kindling and wood […]
14th April 2015

It’s time to rewild the child

On the Guardian website today, George Monbiot tells us that all school children should have a week in the wild each term, for the sake of […]
4th January 2015

Trivial machines

My day job is consulting in the field of organisational systems. One of the greatest of the previous generation who invented this field of study is […]