Category Archives: Nature

My Green Plans For ’22, What’s Yours?

January, it’s a bit of a weird month; after all the hype of December and despite the start of new beginnings, it can seem a little grey and drab. At times I can be quite a fan of January, especially … Continue reading

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Helping To Protect My Patch, The Pennines

I’ve lived opposite The Pennines all my life and during the many lockdowns I became a bit obsessed with exploring the hills, trees, rivers and paths, literally every nook and cranny. The moors rarely change: the wind, the rattling heather, … Continue reading

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Buzzin’ to bee involved in BBC Radio 2’s Big Bee Challenge

Tomorrow, (20.08.21) BBC Radio 2’s Big Bee Challenge Garden is launched and I’m proper buzzin’ to have been involved. Bees are so important in our gardens, for pollination – flowers, plants, fruit and veg all need them – they are … Continue reading

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I’m not the only one fond of a pond!

I had a great reaction to my last post about my ‘passion for ponds’ and received lots of questions about plants, especially those that attract wildlife. If you build a good habitat for wildlife, you’ll not be the only one … Continue reading

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My passion for ponds

It’s a while since I wrote my last post; kickstarting it with a positive post about my ‘passion for ponds’. Having 3 in our garden makes me feel quite the pro 😉 A little bit about our garden Our garden … Continue reading

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My Frog Blog – how tadpoles saved me from going crazy during lockdown!

Whist Covid has wreaked havoc on the world, wildlife has bounced back and people have turned to nature for relaxation and freedom. Whether it was listening to a blackbird or watching butterflies flying over wildflowers, people have took comfort in … Continue reading

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Lockdown life – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Despite posting a lot of content on my social media sites, I’ve realised I haven’t updated my blog during the whole 12 week lockdown period, mainly because I’ve been really busy with online schoolwork and filming for various gardening & … Continue reading

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Shelter from the storm

It’s a very quick blog today, with a February update from my garden. I didn’t really intend to write a blog this week, but seeing as Storm Ciara has ripped through the garden, it’s made even the hardest of outdoor … Continue reading

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Photographing the wonderful wildlife of the Peak District

On Christmas Day, my Mum gave us all an ‘extra present’; a Dave Goulson book, ‘The Garden Jungle’ for me and Dad to share, musical theatre tickets for me and Grandma and a photography course for me and Mum to … Continue reading

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I’m preppin’ like a boss for the #BigGardenBirdwatch

The RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch is the world’s largest wildlife survey and it only takes an hour to do your bit for nature. In this week’s blog I highlight a few of the things you can do to prepare for … Continue reading

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