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Forest foraging

Last week I got a Facebook message from Australian friend Kerri, who’s currently holidaying around the U.K., about a delicious asparagus and wild garlic soup she’d eaten. 439 more words


Helpful Parent Approved Half Term Activites

Need Some Inspiration?

Are you, like me, attempting to organise the Half Term week ahead of us (along with everything else)? Fear not. I’ve been researching the interweb and have handpicked a few tips to share with you (not exhaustive) which may help in your plight to find something to do each day to occupy your dear littlies. 828 more words


Malvern magic

A happy day yesterday pottering among the plants at the RHS Spring Festival at Malvern. This is one of the most low-key of flower shows, rarely talked about yet hiding treasures at its heart.  586 more words


Malvern Hills: an end to end walk

On Tuesday I walked the the Malvern hills end to end with my lovely walking group. It was almost 11 miles of undulating loveliness :-) 96 more words


Jubilee Bells

Every May I look forward to the bluebells appearing along Jubilee Drive in Malvern. Actually I start looking forward to them in April and find myself doing drive-bys on the off-chance that they’ve arrived early and the fear that I might miss them. 234 more words


The Malvern Hills

During the Easter break I walked part of the Malvern Hills. Parking at the quarry I found a slightly easier route that brought me out at the foot of the highest peak. 22 more words

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Gardeners Question Time

Want to know when to prune your fruit trees, what has eaten your prized plant, why your seedlings have died, the best plants for dry shade? 84 more words