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Article by Annie Green-Armytage “If you want the next generation to love gardening as much as you do, you need to engage them from an early age. This is a principle that Cambridgeshire garden designer Dawn Isaac has taken to...
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Article by Constance Craig Smith “Garden designer and writer Dawn Isaac, 43, and husband Reuben, 45, a creative director, live in a Victorian terrace house in Hail Weston, Cambridgeshire, with their children, Ava, 12, Oscar, ten, and Archie, seven. When...
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“For creatives: children’s activity books 101 Things for Kids To Do on a Rainy Day by Dawn Isaac, £14.99, ages approx four to 11, Kyle Books. This is packed with original ideas, such as play flap the fish (above), have...
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“Leendertz’s new book is a collaboration with photographer and gardener Mark Diacono, who captured both crops and croppers with warmth and humour. From a floating orchard on a boat to sprouts in windowsill jars and Dawn Isaac’s much-too-good-to-eat hanging lettuce...
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Carole recommends 101 Things for Kids to do Outside by Dawn Isaac. “This has everything from water balloon piñatas to setting up camp. I promise you won’t be disappointed,” says the party planning guru. Read full article here....
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Article by Nicola Stocken on children’s gardening in Countryside magazine...
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Four-page profile on Dawn’s Cambridgeshire family garden in House Beautiful’s June 2015 issue, written and photographed by Nicola Stocken....
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Review of 101 Things For Kids To Do OUtside by Beverley Turner for Telegraph online. “Dawn Isaac, author of 101 Things For Kids To Do Outside correctly identified me as a harassed mother-of-three starring down the barrel of a four...
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Five-page profile of Dawn and the garden she has created for her own family in Amateur Gardening magazine....
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Article featuring three projects from Garden Crafts for Children published in the Mirror.co.uk: scented hopscotch, hula-hoop cloche and sunflower den. “Scented hopscotch A path is not only an invitation to walk around a garden, it can also be used as...
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