Our 2020 vision for a healthIER wealthIER Rossendale
A while ago, we asked for your support in the Asda 'Nominate A Cause' project whereby you could put forward the name of a local group to receive funding from Asda Rawtenstall.
The great news is, that we have been shortlisted to the last three alongside Rossendale Rays and Bleakhole Animal Sanctuary - two very worthy causes.
The fact that we have bee shortlisted shows how valuable our work is perceived.
To vote for us, when you are at the…Continue
The recent planting at Snig Hole with our friends from Helmshore County Primary has been featured in the latets edition of AboutMyArea.
Read the full article here:
For more on the article below, please visit - http://www.rhs.org.uk/Gardening/National-gardening-week
Over National Gardening Week, the RHS aims to share its wealth of knowledge with every gardener across the nation. Anyone will be able to use its border-boosting service for advice to brighten and enhance borders, speak to the Compost Clinic for solutions to…Continue
When I was a youngster we lived by the Medlock - in Clayton, Manchester. It was officially the dirtiest river in Europe, pig effluent, coal effluent and run off from factories made it very polluted. I fell in once and was covered in spots!
We went for a walk down the Irwell yesterday. Saw a dipper, lots of great growing land, and unfortunately some rubbish. But it was a joy to have a cleanish river near us.
Love it here in Rossendale.
Added by Paul Peacock on April 12, 2012 at 19:45 — No Comments
A few weeks ago, Joanna and I visited the Edible Garden Show at the one-time National Agricultural Centre at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire.
It was a great day, and, we thoroughly recommend it to anyone (we'll probably visit again in 2013!).
Whilst we were there, we listened to Paul Peacock (a regular on panelist on BBC Radio 4’s Gardener’s Question Time), give talks…Continue
Added by Paul Scott-Bates on April 5, 2012 at 13:02 — No Comments