I still visit Europarc from time to time. A souped up red car revs behindeth me. I can’t quite believe but then neither
Stopped by on Sunday to get a takeaway Sunday roast from Beechwood. The place was heaving.
I drifted in and out like the ghost of Europarc leaving the madness behind…
We enjoyed the all day breakfast at the Beechwood Farm pub for the first time since early 2020.
We then took a short drive around the Europarc Circular – stopping on Origin Way.
More of the buildings come complete with ’To Let ‘ signs now since The Europarc pandemic.
I thought about letting an office – an art intervention of sorts. I’d like to set my illustration studio up there when the advertising commissions start to roll in…
Two magpies offer hope on Europarc Roundway.
X waits for nothing
New Art Highlights of the week includes: Marc Renshaw, Andrew Parker, Luke Harby and Sue Coulson
A trio of magpies mock engineering service solutions on the Europarc Way roundabout yet again
P watched as we experiment throwed a surrogate Grid in a replicated re-appropriation. He said something about ‘it depended where it landed’ as to whether it would still be applicable to finderage.
In the experiment throw it landed near a waste paper bin in a sunken park of retail.
Although having already eaten. I exulted in the day off moment. I looked at the bacon butty sign upon a notional freedom cafe
They walked in unison along Pegasus Way dragging hard upon rolled up cigarettes.
‘It’s not all it’s cracked up to be.’
A pheasant hopped off the Europarc entrance wall and said something about ‘not getting any younger’ as the metallic smelling rain continued to fall.