Why No Mowers? Giving Nature a Chance in Radipole Gardens

If you follow our blog, you’ll probably know that we’ve just held this year’s Wildlife & Wellbeing event in the gardens. Though most of the comments we received at our engagement tent were full of complements, one or two people approached me to ask why the grass hadn’t been cut as it was looking rather…

Nurture Nature Reaps Benefits in Radipole Gardens

Keen to know what’s happening in my surrounding area, I have to confess that I follow a lot of local Facebook groups. On one particular page there was an ongoing, somewhat heated, debate about why hadn’t the council got out and cut the grass in community areas. As it so happened, a few days previous…

Nurture Nature is on a Roll and Wildlife Will Win.

Even though we’re supposed to be on the cusp of Spring, I’m sat here at my desk, clad in multiple layers, gas fires blasting out much welcome warmth, the Easterly winds’s howling a hoolie and snow lies deep on the ground. Yet there is more to come so they say from this Beast from the…

Forget the Beast from the East…Spring has Sprung in Radipole Gardens

Depressed with all this talk of the Beast from the East… fear not! Enjoy a leisurley stroll through Radipole Gardens and you’ll see that Spring is positively itching to get going. Our Crocus Walk this year is off to a cracking start. An absolute riot of colour assails your ┬ásenses What was wonderful to see…