Digbeth Community Garden Update

Digbeth Community Garden Update

August was a busy month at the Digbeth Community Garden. We had 2 National Citizen groups lending a hand. We have done some landscaping , mixing compost into our annual beds, improved our insect hotels and propagated some herb cuttings. The runner beans are doing...
Forest School

Forest School

As a primary school teacher, I want the best outcomes for the children in my classes. I feel we should be teaching the whole child and not just how to pass standardised tests that measure a tiny proportion of what they can do. This is why I let the children in my...
The Tree Charter

The Tree Charter

November 6th 2017 marks the 800th anniversary of the Charter of the Forest and to mark it, The Woodland Trust have teamed up with over 70 organisations to launch a Tree Charter for trees, woods and people. The Trust wish for the tree charter to gain its strength from...

Curious Bee-haviour

With Spring finally here, bees are starting to bumble around foraging for nectar, spreading pollen and joy. The next time you spot a bee, you should know that there’s a lot more to bee foraging than just pretty colours and fragrant flowers. UV Bees Many animals...