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Our enthusiastic volunteers continue to join us planting seeds and pricking out wild flower seedlings in the poly tunnel we meet on Monday Wednesday and Friday mornings and if you would like to join us please email us via the contact page. Our next outdoor socially isolated volunteer sessions are Wednesday 2nd June 6.30pm-7.30pm and […]
A wonderful donation of three sacks of species rich ‘barn sweepings’ from hay from local species rich meadows donated by Cath and Bill Grayson, local conservation graziers. The barn sweepings will contain lots of fine meadow grasses, meadow buttercups, red clover eyebright and the fine seeds of orchids which appear as dust and have fallen […]
Our brilliant volunteers turned out to plant 300 wild flower plug plants in an isolated plug planting session, in addition to growing them too! This brings the total of wild flowers planted to 550. Thank you all. Volunteers also cleared the site of two big sacks of old baler twine and baler plastic wrap Thank […]
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