Monthly Archives: September 2010

The plight of the Honey Bee

Over the last two years there has been a massive, worldwide drop in bee numbers. In the UK, beekeepers report a one in three loss of bee colonies has occurred. It appears that we could be heading towards a global … Continue reading

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Mushroom season

This autumn’s first field mushrooms are now appearing in grass “after the first autumn rains”, as it says in the books! I’ve been picking a few that I’ve collected from around the parish and they are absolutely delicious. Here is … Continue reading

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Open Day at Keepers Nursery 3th Oct 2010

Keepers Nursery will be holding an open day on Sunday 3rd October 2010. They are inviting you to come and visit their collection of fruit trees. With over 900 different varieties it is probably the largest private collection of fruit … Continue reading

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Cycling in New Amsterdam – I mean Hadlow

Last week’s edition of the Tonbridge Courier (27 August) featured an article on our new cycling stand-planter proposals for Hadlow, and here’s a link to the newspaper article. Watch this space! Bicycle stand planter plan

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