Chris Wadsworth
Percy Kelly - Looking East to the Ennerdale Fells
Writer and Art Consultant

Notes from the Pink Egg

Subscribe to the Notes from the Pink Egg RSS Feed
22nd May 2018 GDPR rules GDPR changes to data retention rules. All of you on my  email newsletter list have proactively subscribed  to receive newsletters from and .  When you signed you will have received an e mail asking you to confirm your decision.  You  are free to more
16th December 2016 Harebells FLOWERS FOR CHRISTMAS Thank you so much everyone for such a quick and intelligent response to my mystery flowers. They are Chincherinchee or Star of Bethlehem (proper name is more
12th April 2016 SOUTH OF THE RAISE   The North/South divide in Cumbria has widened owing to the devastating storm which washed the A591 away below Dunmail Raise which made it difficult for many people to get to the Words by the Water Festival in Keswick in March and particularly to my talk about my new book.Life Class more
23rd January 2015 DOTTY Damian Hirst dot paintings - now -  on Planet Mars. Really? Music by Blur – also on Mars? I heard it on BBC Radio Four News a few days ago so it must be true!  Eddie Mayer said these things had been on Mars for twelve years. What is going on in the Universe?  I was more
16th September 2013 AN APOLOGY There is a typo in the RSVP address for the invitation to the launch of the Percy Kelly trails on 16th October.The e mail address should read Please reply using this one. sorry about that. more
24th May 2013 sun room UNKNOWN COLOUR Is the sky blue? What colour is petrol? Why is pink shocking? What is more
15th May 2013 25 TREES- David Hockney THE CULTURE VULTURE TOUR Last week I and an intrepid group of friends made a daring foray into the Yorkshire triangle, (no not the famous Rhubarb Triangle - that's horti-culture) to celebrate a BIG birthday. This was The Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle. One side of it is the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, the second more
1st May 2013 WINTER WROTE A LETTER The cheque was a work of art. I wanted to keep it. Why more
13th December 2012 A CHRISTMAS STORY I know that many of you are waiting impatiently for the next book so as a small present for you all -  here is a short Christmas story to tide you over until it is published. Hope you enjoy it. more
24th October 2012 SINGING FOR MY SUPPER The heat is on as the Portico Prize draws closer. Read Alan Sykes in the Guardian last week. › News › more
21st July 2012 beware all felines! woops! Oh dear - the computer was ahead of me and sent it before I had wandered down the road with camera so it really made no sense. It might have waited until it was told! Here is the road sign. apologies for the more