Beachcombing Blog

Perfect find.

March 29th, 2014 by

Here are photos ( front and back views ) of a lump of, probably, some aluminium alloy, which being melted and hitting the deck, hardened into a heart shape. The photos don’t really do it justice.I am going to “clean” it carefully and maybe polish it a bit before using it as a Mothers Day… Read more

Work with schools

March 26th, 2014 by

Recently did a day with Letterston Primary School at Ty Pererin, which is St David’s Cathedral’s outreach place. The day was productive and entertaining and the work produced was good. The children had brought some materials from beaches with them and I supplied plastics which I had gathered. They produced their own designs inspired by… Read more

Tree Ages

March 10th, 2014 by

I was recently in Edinburgh for the first time and was lucky enough to get in a visit to the shoreline at Granston.I came away with a small selection of bits and pieces including the piece of Bakelite seen below. Don’t know why but I immediately thought I wanted to cut a ” twiggy ”… Read more