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  11/11/02 Victoria Lily about to open - Lots of plants in flower in the HTB

 

11/11/02 This was taken around 11.30am, still plenty of room in the restaurant.

 

11/11/02 November is a good time to visit, as there are generally fewer visitors.

 

31/10/02 It's advisable to park at the top in the car park!

 

31/10/02 Story telling in the HTB - some of tonight's decorations

 

31/10/02 The stage is set for tonight's Mexican Day of the Dead

 

28/10/02 Fair trade hot melted chocolate and tasty bananas were on offer from the all action  team of cooks, they made learning about chocolate real fun.

 

28/10/02 John Dyer's exhibition on until the 30th October don't miss it.

 

28/10/02 John Dyer's Painting exhibition, partners tent.

 

28/10/02 It's a big pumpkin - Pruning in the Eden garden.

 

28/10/02 Gallery Cafe  -  Pumpkin man with Mark Raymont's 540lb Pumpkin, largest grown in the UK so far this year.

 

28/10/02 Half term is one of Eden's peak periods. To bypass the queues, and save time, purchase your tickets prior to arriving at Eden.

 

19/10/02 The Eagle has flown nothing but the skid marks are left. The heavy duty pump is pumping out masses of water that has collected in the storage lake.

 

19/10/02 Organic Tea tasting in the dome tent.  Milking an Organic cow is no easy job.

 

19/01/02 Tasting Organic milk, and some delicious organic teas in the dome tent.

 

19/10/02 Organic Milk tastes really good - but getting the picture is never easy!

 

19/10/02 Hemp crop ready. Face painting, in the style of a cow for Organic week end.

 

19/10/02 Energy Pod's solar collectors. Wind generator against the background of a watery sun.

  

19/10/02 Body shelter and loo are completed, powered by the energy pod shown above.
 

  

14/10/02 Wine display in  the Morocco Red Restaurant. A summers day in October after the severe storms of yesterday, thankfully little real damage was done to Eden.

 

14/10/02 You can just see a sky monkey as a dot on the first picture inspecting the biome.

 

14/10/02 Severe Gale force winds of yesterday damaged  the Eagle and the Giant bee, the cork Eagle looks very sad with his broken wings.  The giant bee is not flying as well as he was either, hopefully all will be repaired shortly. The biomes survived intact, no probs.

 

   Now what are they looking at? Gardeners       Cornish Black and Gold Cider tasting         

 

05/10/02 Not sure what's going on here, but the Eden gardeners are up to something!

 

05/10/02 Apple weekend - New apple - verity tasting - Partners tent

 

04/10/02 British Tomato Show Partners tent, part of food month at Eden. (more info)

Near by the tent you'll find, Corydalis Flexuosa Purple Leaf  looking like blue ice in the sun.

 

04/10/02 The Anthurium Flower Show in the HTB Hundreds of blooms all sorts all colours

 

04/10/02 Sunlight filters through the jungle (how it has grown) in the HTB

 

04/10/02 Green Team hard at work as usual. Hemp in all it's many disguises and uses.

 

04/10/02 Tree fern gully at Eden rather then Jamaica.

 

04/10/02 Eden views on a sunny October day more like spring then autumn.

 

04/10/04 Energy bay for the Body loo and shelter. Electricity generating solar cells 4 panels at the top of the roof, water heating below them, wind generator stands next to the bay.

 

04/10/02 The Body shelter-loo,  Cherry / Mellon  car park

 

01/10/02 Plans revealed for the new Arid Biome complex to be built soon. (more info)

 

25/09/02 Lakes and drain construction near to the Body at Cherry car park.

 

25/09/02 Power collector house, under construction. Cherry car park. One of the constructors is Galeforce from Randelstown  www.galeforce.uk.com

 

25/09/02 The Body, a bus shelter, a loo. Built from cob, stone and tin. Cob, made from clay, sub-soil, straw and water, is a low impact material environmentally friendly and recyclable. Craftsmen /artists; Jill Smallcombe and Jackie Abey of 'Earth House Design'; Nigel Bunce, Ian Westaway and Chris Brookman of 'Back to Earth'

 

25/09/02 The Body waiting area (waist and legs) The Body Head (ladies Loos) entrance to all loos and men's loos in the breasts.  This is a must see when finished. Location Cherry Car park

 

25/09/02 Eden's very own wind farm and solar cell energy collecting and storing station, It is hoped that enough power will be collected to power the Body/bus shelter/loo (pictures above)

 

25/09/02 Cosy thatched shelter, East gate. View from the North entrance road,  blue sea on the horizon, on another very warm sunny September day at Eden.

 

 

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