Victorian, Georgian, Jacobean, Tudor or present day, there are National Trust events around the country exploring Christmas through the ages. There is still time to learn how to make a wreath from locally foraged materials and foliage. 120 more words
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We’ve started harvesting stakes and poles from two sites we’re managing in Todmorden, Calderdale. Claire is planning to run chair making workshops with children, Keith has got some hedge laying work lined up and we’re hoping that Yorkshire gardeners will want to order our stakes and poles for their allotments. 87 more words
It’s a long, slow lead to Winter this year. We still have leaves on the trees, and have only had 2 hard frosts. With such a late onset of Winter, I suspect that once winter does arrive it will hold on later next year than we may otherwise expect. 240 more words
It was a glorious morning at Parc Slip Nature Reserve for a spot of hedge laying with Bridgend Countryside Volunteers.
Hedgerows are vital for wildlife as not only do they provide shelter, they are one of the most significant wildlife habitats and are essential for a many woodland and farmland plants and animals. 230 more words
Tuesday 29 October is our next hedge-laying session at the farm. Join us from 10am