Patrick Barkham

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Alan Titchmarsh regrets his role in popularising the wooden abominations – graves for generations of garden animals. But in decay there is an upside. Decking is like Tony Blair; widely embraced in the 1990s, now an embarrassing legacy of the bad old days. And neither look as splendid as they once did. Decking hasn’t simply decayed into a mildewed death-trap, it’s accused of being plundered from rainforests to smother gardens where butterflies, hedgehogs and songbirds once flourished.feedback
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Mar 07 2017
Patrick Barkham has most recently been quoted in an article called Decking seemed a great idea in the 90s. But so did Tony Blair. Patrick Barkham said, “Alan Titchmarsh regrets his role in popularising the wooden abominations – graves for generations of garden animals. But in decay there is an upside. Decking is like Tony Blair; widely embraced in the 1990s, now an embarrassing legacy of the bad old days. And neither look as splendid as they once did. Decking hasn’t simply decayed into a mildewed death-trap, it’s accused of being plundered from rainforests to smother gardens where butterflies, hedgehogs and songbirds once flourished.”.
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