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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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Chuffed to be judging this - get plotting folks!
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Friends of Key Hill & Warstone Lane Cemeteries. Sep 18
Free Taster Tours for B'ham Heritage Open Day Sat 21 Sept Warstone Lane Cemetery at 11am , Key Hill Cemetery 2pm. Meet at Information Stall -10.30am 03.30pm . Aiding Family History .
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groweatgift Sep 17
Dusk over the canal.
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groweatgift Sep 17
Sunflower hoping for more sun.
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Rosie White Sep 17
’Floral Loto’ 🌿🧺 an 1872 card game devised to promote botanical education. There are 12 large cards, each with 10 illustrations of flowers. The small cards, of which there are 120, are printed with the popular name of a flower, its botanical name & its emblematic significance.
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WilliamMorrisGallery Sep 13
We're thrilled that our exhibition May Morris: Art & Life will open at in November. This wonderful show explores the life and work of May, one of the most significant artists of the British Arts and Crafts movement. Find out more:
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Alex White 🌍 Sep 15
I had a great day out at the local wood festival talking to people about my book and how they can help wildlife in their gardens as well as see more wildlife on their local patch.
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groweatgift Sep 15
Flowers (& a bee) to brighten up a grey evening.
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groweatgift Sep 14
It's such an impressive achievement. Hope it gets stocked by loads of bookstores so you can see it on many shelves. Suspect it will be the first of many (no pressure!) Can't wait to read it.
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groweatgift Sep 14
So well deserved - congratulations. Ace to hear Martha has been recognised too.
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groweatgift Sep 12
I used Pinterest for my last novel - did an outline in a word doc then created boards of places/characters etc to help see the story more clearly. Was handy way to get ideas on days when writing wasn't flowing.
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Society of Authors Sep 12
Have you written your debut novel at age 40 or over? Whether it's published or unpublished, enter our McKitterick Prize and win cold hard cash. D/L: HALLOWE'EN. 🎃
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Harvard University Sep 9
A fascination with the funny drives the annual Ig Nobel science awards
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Rae Strauss Sep 9
Second Hand September: The best ways to make your wardrobe more sustainable via
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Woodland Trust Sep 9
It's time to vote for your ! Choose your favourite in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland from our shortlist and vote at Voting is open until noon on 27 September 2019. Supported by players of .
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groweatgift Sep 7
Replying to @thenewgalaxy
Useful info - thanks.
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Dr Richard Bate Sep 7
Replying to @groweatgift
I suspect they're part of the activity because they're promoting their partners. But it's not to say all seeds are bad.
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groweatgift Sep 7
Replying to @thenewgalaxy
I've seen a couple of wildlife campaigns sending out wildflower seeds as part of their activity, which may explain popularity of idea. Any links you'd recommend people read to inform themselves? (Google mostly seemed to have links to seedbombs/mixes when I searched)
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groweatgift Sep 5
Replying to @itskatearmitage
Agreed. Reminded me of this though
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groweatgift Sep 5
Replying to @myzerowaste
Here are some of my favourite cleaning product recipes - you can do a lot with storecupboard ingredients
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