My documentary film Nature's Alchemy was selected for participation in the Culture Unplugged online festival Spirit Enlightened in 2014.
Nature's Alchemy is an inspirational, spiritual and evocative insight into the healing power of flowers and plants of garden, hedgerow, riverbank and wood. Today this film has a message that is relevant to everyone. Complementing the discovery of floral remedies by Dr Edward Bach in the 1930s, Nature's Alchemy goes several steps further. Presented by Dr Andrew Tresidder - a GP for over 20 years - and beautifully photographed by the award-winning documentary maker Charles Wood, the visually stunning landscapes of England's Lake District and Somerset are the backdrops to showing how vibes from nature uplift us and make us feel so very much better.
An esoteric look at how flower essences can help people. Featuring Dr Andrew Tresidder interviewed by Rebecca Pow MP
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Bats and Belters - A light-hearted novel about village cricket was published by Halsgrove, Autumn 2014.
Another Somerset Century The book that's found its way into the Lord's library earns three 5-star Amazon reviews: 'A very good read, by a brilliant author. The best of the SCCC books that have come out for a while.' 18/11/13. 'Tackles all the the recent stories from numerous runner's up finishes to major ground and personnel changes.' 12/12/13. An enjoyable read for a Somerset supporter or fan of cricket. The sort of book one can pick up, read a bit, and return to with ease.' 20/12/13.
My documentary film Nature's Alchemy was selected for participation in the Culture Unplugged online festival Spirit Enlightened 2014.
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