One of Scotlands best loved landmarks a paradise for over twenty thousand hill walkers every year the famed “Fairy Hill, Schiehallion” a 3553 foot peak of dramatic beauty is about to be denigrated in a weave of 140 miles of wire and 60 foot supporting pylons.
Please make your protest known to them in supporting and protecting the beauty of Scotlands most famous Fairy hill and gaining a reprieve for the Fairies .
Owned by the John Muir trust since 1999 Nigel Hawkins, the trust’s director, said: “This monstrous development could end up sweeping across views to and from the fairy mountain, one of Scotland’s best-loved landmarks. If allowed to go ahead it will deflower Schiehallion, degrade Scotland’s image abroad and do untold damage to the tourist industry.
Myrea Pettit and Priscilla Hernandez just two green fairies who anticipated the magic of Absinthe. Its reintroduction is bound to stir up some curiosity,especially in New York with the return of the highly alcoholic beverage. Such is the magic of the Green Fairy
“Let me be mad, mad with the madness of Absinthe, the wildest, most luxurious madness in the world.” Marie Corelli
Set to Premier in February and March 2008 a film adaptation of Mark S. Waters’s popular fantasy novels The Spiderwick Chronicles.
Telling the story of the Grace family who have to adapt to strange new surroundings.
The story begins, with twin brothers Jared and Simon their sister Mallory and their mother, moving from the big city to a mansion owned by their uncle.
A series of strange happenings suggest that unusual disturbances may be caused by Jared, together they try to figure what is going on. It is not long before they discover the magical history of the property.
An army of miniature fairies ‘Little Savages’ created by artist Tessa Farmer with help by the scientists of the museums Entomology Department shows a group of fairies, created with plant roots and insect wings, staging a fierce attack on a fox, and there are also drawings showing Farmer's experience of working in the scientific laboratories, studying the parasitic wasp, which habitually invades and devours other creatures.
This art installation is a must see for art lovers and fairy enthusiasts and provides a refreshing illustration for students education.
BBC Radio Northampton Radio producer Julia Morgan a lover of fairies herself and with her own fairy grotto in her garden was looking for others with a similar passion was delighted to find help from David Riche with Fairies World so close by.
David who has championed the cause of fairy and fantasy art and emerging artists worldwide in his books, on the web, in the Fairiesworld Gallery, and nationwide TV was delighted to expound and enthuse listeners of the afternoon program interviewed by Kevin Fernihough.