Monthly Archives: July 2018

The summer of fun has begun!

Yippee, I’ve finished school for the summer holidays, that’s 45 WHOLE DAYS of fun; bring it on! Whilst I’ve had a bit of chill time, watching back to back episodes of Dr Who and Harry Potter films, I’ve also been … Continue reading

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I’m so excited to be setting up my own wildlife gardening group, with The Young Operation Farmers

Ding dong, the community group I volunteer at, has got some dosh to pay for a Young Operation Farmers’ Project. This will give me the chance to start my wildlife gardening group, that I’ve been talking about for ages; I’m … Continue reading

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Get buzzin’ and #GrowWild for #BeesNeeds week

Today is the start of Bees’ Needs week, which raises awareness about what we can do to help our precious bees. Bees are so important in our gardens, for pollination – flowers, plants, fruit and veg all need them –¬†they … Continue reading

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