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Toby Buckland
Gardener. Award winning garden designer and broadcaster and host of an award winning festival. BBC radio and TV presenter views my own
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Toby Buckland 21h
We need to listen to the youth on this - pls sign pls share Consult with focus groups of young people when creating climate change policy
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Stephanie Sep 20
Best protest outfit EVER goes to this lady ( )
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Oarsome Foursome Sep 20
We are soooooo excited to announce our latest sponsor to join team Oarsome Foursome...... We are very grateful to the band for supporting us and our charities. Thank you to everyone who has supported us so far, and it's still not to late!
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philipletts Sep 20
Great to see today. Thanks . THE people MUST take direct action. Governments are NOT going to solve this. We can ALL at least Wild verges, gardens and terraces. Find out how - take action. Follow key projects taking lead like
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Les Ames Sep 20
With you there. Dig a small pond, plant some plants, even plant a tree if you have room. Small actions all help in this time of crisis
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J Newman Sep 20
We believe small changes count too. Young conservationists on a mission to encourage everyone of every age to set aside space for pollinators. Would 💚you to spread the word!
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Toby Buckland Sep 20
Even small changes have a big impact if enough of us make them. If we all planted flowers for pollinators there’d be hope for the bees yet
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Greta Thunberg Sep 19
"You must do the impossible. Because giving up can never ever be an option." Here is my full speech from the US Congress in print.
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BBC Radio Devon Sep 19
Fancy being on the radio? We're holding auditions on 28th Sept from 10am
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Toby Buckland Sep 19
Replying to @Jaberwag
If planted in flower adios them before they go over
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Toby Buckland Sep 19
Replying to @RealCoralieRyan
Yes - especially if planted in flower
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Toby Buckland Sep 19
The big boss of Echinacea ‘Magnus’. Like it’s echinacea kith n kin it’ll establish reliably if the flowers are snipped off in the 1st year after planting. Short term restraint long term gain....t
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Toby Buckland Sep 18
Back-lit beauty - Southern Globe Thistle aka Echinops ritro. Once hoverflies, bees & butterflies have worked their magic finches come for the seed. Plant some
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Barnaby Edwards Sep 16
Newscorp, which owns The Times, has paid no UK tax since 1988. Viscount Rothermere, who owns The Mail, has paid no UK tax ever. The RNLI spends 2% of its money saving the lives of non-British children. Which of the three do you think most represents the ideal of Britishness?
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John Simpson Sep 16
Boris Johnson skips a press conference because of a demo. I once watched Margaret Thatcher land in Zambia, charge down the aircraft steps in the dark into the middle of a hostile crowd & give an impromptu presser even though she'd been told people might throw acid at her.
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Toby Buckland Sep 16
saw Grace Jones at the Downs Festival in Bristol a fortnight ago - she was amazing!!! I want what she’s taking
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DevonSubtropical Sep 14
Big thanks to for featuring us on last week’s show - helped us to good numbers on the day,& a huge thank you to everyone who has been to the garden this year. Your generosity has raised over £1100 for charities Last opening today
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Saul Walker Sep 15
Morning all. Off to this morning as they're recharging Mr and I'm sitting in with to answer all your questions. Tune your wireless in between 9am-Noon or if you live in the 21st Century listen on
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Devon Sculpture Park Sep 13
If you're visiting this weekend come listen to artists talk about what inspires them (Saturday at midday) or learn why Rewilding is our path to natural solutions (Sunday at noon). For Directions go to bottom of homepage
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Toby Buckland Sep 13
On the wireless in for Fitz talking everyday mysteries. Why are bananas sold in plastic bags? Tweet or call with what’s puzzling you - 08081001034 on air from 10am
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