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05/11/13 – Tip of the Week With Halloween celebrations coming to an end, we thought we’d share a short article reminding all of us to compost our ‘jack-o-lanterns’.
18/10/13 – Tip of the Week As the weather gets colder, you may be starting to consider switching on your heating… If so, turning down your thermostat just a couple of degrees (to 18-20ºC) – a temperature difference you won’t even notice, will help you to ... read more
10/10/13 – Tip of the Week Today is World Mental Health Day 2013, and we wanted to remind you of the positive impact that gardening can have on those suffering from mental health problems.
Gardens/allotments can ‘provide an oasis of calm and somewhere peaceful to escape to’ ... read more
24 /09/13 – Tip of the Week The changing weather can play havoc with our skin, so why not try this DIY Coconut Honey Face Scrub & Mask to gently exfoliate, renew & hydrate your face (& body). Honey is also great for healing blemish prone skin and leftovers ... read more
17/09/13 – Tip of the Week Enjoy a range of locally sourced, homemade fruit products, including jams, chutneys & fruit pies etc., plus games for all the family at Abundance Fruit Day 2013! (Saturday 21st September, 11am – 2pm, St. Mark’s Church, Wimbledon)
09/09/13 – Tip of the Week As it is National Organic Month…why not sign up to the Sutton Community Farm VegBag Scheme , their food is not only organic but also locally sourced and seasonal.
03/09/13 – Tip of the Week It’s National Zero Waste week 2013, so we thought we’d set you the challenge of trying not to bring any new plastic into the house for the rest of the week… It’s a tough one, but it will hopefully show ... read more
19/08/13 – Tip of the Week Wildlife gardening is a great way to get the children out of the house and enjoying & exploring nature. Making their very own bug hotel using recycled materials will provide the perfect home for invertebrates (e.g. centipedes & spiders) – enabling them ... read more