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Love nature: love life. Get growing, cooking, cocktail making, crafting, foraging & living life to the full. Celebrate nature and the art/tech it inspires.
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Viveka Velupillai Apr 22
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Loughborough Echo Apr 19
Wellbeing Centre needs your vote to win lottery cash
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Emily Goss Apr 20
Find out more about at Barrow Community Library, 7.30pm, 25th April.
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LeicsMasterGardeners Apr 21
Volunteer with us as a food growing mentor. We're looking for people to join our teams in . Teach others to grow and learn more about
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groweatgift Apr 22
I haven't seen any along the canal. I'd check local woods - will let you know if I spot any.
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David Belcher 🚴‍♂️ Apr 22
Don't suppose you or any of your fellow followers know of good local spots for finding wild garlic?
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groweatgift Apr 20
I love rosemary flowers.
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Robert Macfarlane Apr 18
I was just part of I had an ear pressed to a birch tree’s trunk, in a suburban street, listening for the gurgle of rising sap. Man approaches: “Are you vomiting?” Me: “No, I’m listening to the tree.” Man: “Oh that’s fine, then. As you were.” Man leaves.
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groweatgift Apr 20
Dandelions are so under-rated.
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Jac McMagpie Apr 20
Cannot describe how happy I am to see this at last. Winter has lasted forever and a day.
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Compass Apr 20
The male Red-bellied Woodpecker out and about in the woodland garden area.
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Melanie Hollins Apr 19
...and the daffodils (and a lone hyacinth) keep coming...
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Diplomatic Apr 20
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The Wildlife Trusts Apr 20
Lady’s smock is also known as cuckooflower, as it blooms around the time cuckoos return to the UK
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groweatgift Apr 20
Gorgeous spring colours.
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Transition Loughboro Apr 20
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Spinach, leeks and some brassicas are being harvested at the moment. Rhubarb soon. We're getting to the point where we've usually got something you can eat from the plots through most of the year.
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Nuttall Park Apr 20
For those that joined us for our recent event, you'll recognise the that grows all along the River Irwell that winds its way around our here in 💚
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Emily Goss Apr 18
Get ready to , your own toiletries, and swap your old clothes to freshen your look. 10am - noon, 28th April .
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Catherine Cawley Apr 19
The name Primrose comes from the Latin primus and means First Rose. Other names include; Darling of , Golden Stars, Butter Rose, and Easter Rose
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groweatgift Apr 19
Replying to @LboroWellbeing
Fab. Can you DM email address and I'll send details
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