Helene Latey
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Jane Siegel commented on Helene Latey's blog post Kilburn Station Book Exchange
"As I comment, someone on the radio talks about books and reading. Apparently 1/3 of people in Britain never read for pleasure. Yesterday at the airport only two of us 'dinosaurs'in the waiting area passed the time reading a book. So these…"
Apr 14
Helene Latey commented on Transition Kensal to Kilburn's group Queens Park Allotment (active group)
"Hi! I so enjoyed helping to make the new raised beds and look forward to being a garden buddy in the near future. Blog post about the allotment extension for refugee plot holders coming soon!"
Mar 27
Transition Kensal to Kilburn commented on Helene Latey's blog post Worm Delivery
"Lovely blog Helene.  Hope the wigglers are happy and active for the fruitfulness of the beds. Janey"
Mar 17
Helene Latey commented on Jennifer Rea's group Crochet and knitting
"Hello, I've just joined the group and I was wondering if you still meet up? I love to knit and embroider (I'm pretty beginner at these though!) and it would be great to meet up with people locally who love to make things too. Hope to hear…"
Sep 5, 2013
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Crochet and knitting

For anyone who is into crafts whether it be knitting, crochet, sewing etc. A chance to meet up, swap skills, chat, and craft. Everyone welcome - beginners, experts, men, women.See More
Sep 5, 2013
Helene Latey is now a member of Transition Kensal to Kilburn
Jul 14, 2012

Helene Latey's Blog

Kilburn Station Book Exchange

Posted on April 8, 2017 at 20:02 1 Comment

The bookshelf is a series of lime green squares, each holding a haphazard collection of books. Titles range from ‘Hermeneutic Philosophy and the Sociology of Art’ to ‘Around Bruges in 80 Beers’, from ‘Fundamentals of Industrial Administration Vol. 1’ to ‘Dragon Bones’. I crouch with curiosity, head tipped to read the vertical spines. My fingers track through tall hardbacks and thin dog eared paperbacks as I assess the titles, often pulling books out to read the blurb. I’m at the…

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Refugee Allotments at Queens Park Allotment

Posted on March 28, 2017 at 20:16 0 Comments

“We journey towards a home not of our flesh. Its chestnut trees are not of our bones.”

                                             – Mahmoud Darwish We Journey Towards Home[i]

“My hometown, like the stars just blinking on,

Is somewhere on the other side of a wide, wide river  -

More sensation, more memory than town.”   …

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Worm Delivery

Posted on March 16, 2017 at 21:12 1 Comment

"To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow" - Audrey Hepburn

I arrive home, arms weighed down with Kilburn High road spoils, to find a small square box nestled against the door. The shopping bags thunk disregarded to the ground as I kneel to read the label on the box: “If not home…

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Meanwhile: Endings and Beginnings

Posted on March 4, 2017 at 23:14 0 Comments

January: darkened days, morning frosts melting into winter gloom, and an email sent around from the Meanwhile @ the Corrib organising team confirming that we’ve pulled out. We’re no longer going ahead with Meanwhile @ the Corrib community hub.

There’s a moment of mental disconnect when you receive bad news about something for which you’ve been holding out hope, however tenuous. Time seems suspended as your brain absorbs this disappointing information and then, with an almost…

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At 22:00 on October 3, 2016, Irith Gouiric said…

A wonderful description of the event, Helene. I hope I will get a chance to taste the wine next year.

 
 
 

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