For 2021 - online Python 3 training - see ((here)).
Our plans were to retire in summer 2020 and see the world, but Coronavirus has lead us into a lot of lockdown programming in Python 3 and PHP 7.
We can now offer tailored online training - small groups, real tutors - works really well for groups of 4 to 14 delegates. Anywhere in the world; course language English.
Please ask about private 'maintenance' training for Python 2, Tcl, Perl, PHP, Lua, etc.
Planters in the Spring
Christine and Jane (not to forget Ed) have done us proud in transforming a building site into a hotel garden. It's been a big task with major areas to be re-turfed, the debris of ages cleared, new beds installed, and the rawness of the site transformed into the pleasant place that you'll want to stay when you're in Melksham.
Ongoing garden works by Nigel, keeping the place in trim especially in the current grass-growing season - and we have a LOT of grass.
The planters to the left and right of the front door struck me as beautiful in the halflight of dawn this morning, and I couldn't resist adding in the pictures. Quite an interesting technical challenge - to use natural light, flash, or a mixture? Which of the hundreds of settings on the digital camera to use? Both of my experiments look effective in their own way - but then I've got some of the beauties of spring to work with right on my doorstep, so it really wasn't that hard even for an amateur photographer like myself.
The UPPER picture was taken with flash, just after dawn when there was also low natural light available to provide the skylight to the read and, in effect, the silhouettes of the trees. The LOWER picture was taken earlier. Flash was NOT used, but the camera was set to make best use of available light, and the light from our entrance porch was illuminating the flowers. (written 2007-04-10, updated 2008-12-26)
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articlesM161 - Gardens at Well House Manor 
A story of goldfish - (2006-05-02) 
The last tree to leaf - (2007-05-20) 
Plenty of car parking at Well House Manor, Hotel, Melksham - (2008-06-20) 
Picturing the rain - (2008-09-05) 
Dog, hotel, Melksham, Wiltshire? - (2011-05-21) 
Garden Seating, Well House Manor - (2011-06-02) 
Strawberry Cream Teas in Melksham - available every day this summer - (2012-04-25) 
Returning guests - a sign of a good product. Cream teas and hotel rooms. - (2012-07-22) 
In the garden at Well House Manor - (2012-08-12) 
Relax at Well House Manor - gardens, fountain, hotel - (2012-08-19) 
Mad week done - so come for Croquet - (2012-09-08) 
Edwardian day with Croquet - Well House Manor, 8th September 2012 - Pictures - (2012-09-08) 
Apple Pressing Day 2012 - (2012-10-07) 
Well House Manor in the snow - (2013-01-18) 
What is on OUR pond? - (2013-03-05) 
Spring at Well House Manor - Teas and Coffees, Museum, Garden, Rooms - (2013-05-11) 
Out of doors (mostly) at Well House in Melksham - (2013-07-12) 
Wedding Reception preps at Well House Manor - (2013-08-21) 
Pimms and Croquet at Well House Manor - 7th September 2013 - (2013-08-28) 
Pimms and Croquet - Melksham Festival of Food and Drink - (2013-09-07) 
Spring at Well House Manor - (2016-03-27)
Some other Articles
__new__ v __init__ - python constructor alternatives?Using a list of keys and a list of values to make a dictionary in Python - zipPython dictionary for quick look upsA course in HelsinkiPlanters in the SpringA strong team broadens the professional coveragePython GTK - Widget, Packing, Event and Feedback exampleOvercrowded trains around BristolThe Holiday - unlikely romantic comedy?Wiltshire Circles
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