There’s a woollen man sitting on top of a door of a house where poet Thomas Chatterton was born in 1752. The man is just sitting there.
The house is opposite St Mary Redcliffe and just next to Portwall Lane very close to Bristol Temple Meads train station. Cars pass constantly.
In front of the house there are three plots. Two of them are dug up and one has overgrown cabbages and other vegetables.
A plastic covered sheet of paper has a link to a blog (ovagrown.blogspot.com) and includes some pictures of previous produce.
The blog was last updated in October 2011.