The rewilding land fairy


#21

We could get lucky. We were spared (most of) Ode To Smelly Joe, after all.


#22

Indeed! (…pauses) (…thinks!) :thinking: :thinking: :thinking:

…ah! @Gus & @joe here’s the perfect antidote (…to both Ambridge’s Bard & TheKaledonianKlown):


#23

And now Justin (and co) seem to think it’s going to make enough money to warrant their making a claim on it. Where is this money coming from? Have I missed the point entirely? Should we all be getting paid for allowing our lawns to turn to wasteland?!


#24

Kara, I heard DID, which actually explained rewilding

It takes years

It takes courage

One needs a source of income…

Carinthia.xx


#25

Please

NOT years of Phoeble being the best business woman evvah!

Radio defenestration would be a hazard for local birds here


#26

They’d better learn to dodge then, because short of a tragic latté-related accident at Salford I think we’re stuck with it.


#27

And. It all makes sense. (Not why we would be interested in the storyline, but why Justin is)


#28

Except it doesn’t, because planning permission doesn’t work that way. Though to be (more than) fair to TBTB, a C+ for effort.


#29

It makes no sense whatever, because allowing some reweeders to use land in Ambridge will would not be regarded by the planning authorities as relevant to grubbing out a wood in Farndale.

But in the cloud-cuckoo-land inhabited by the Archers editorial team this tosh will help the plot along.