WOW! Just take a look at this.

During the lockdowns, Derek A Briggs was lucky enough to take his dog for exercise to the local park in Hampden Park and to photograph the wildlife.

He also notified WRAS . (Wildlife Rescue Ambulance Service)  if he saw injured creatures..

Having  seen an environmental mural created by Tanya-Lisa Parsons in Hampden Park, he asked if she would create a mural in his garden.

And just look at the result.

Here’s Derek: “During lockdown restrictions we exchanged ideas and sketches and once we were allowed to meet in the garden, she agreed to paint the outside garage walls.

This remarkable young woman  worked solidly for two weeks in the heat to create a total masterpiece that brings so much joy every time I look out the window.

“She deserves wider recognition and to that end I shall open my garden – 31 Selmeston Road, BN21 2ST on Saturday 24th July 10 – 4  to display her work and to sell my Hampden Park  wildlife photos to raise funds for  WRAS.”

Derek A Briggs