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Allotment update: February was soggy : The Voice of the Allotment

The greenhouse is an oasis amid the continuing deluge, says Barry Cuff – but the jobs, like the veg, just keep coming It is raining...

It’s time to get moving

At last, there are jobs waiting on your list this month – Pete Harcom suggests a good start now will prevent things getting out...

Feeling the garden

As gardeners wait for the earth to warm, Pete Harcom considers ways to make an outdoor space stimulating and healing for every sense As I...

A beautifully different Valentine’s bouquet

Say NO to roses that literally cost the earth – Charlotte Tombs considers 700 years of Valentine’s, and how to enjoy it with a...

What to do for wildlife in your garden in February

It’s not hard to give the wildlife in your garden an extra helping hand at this time of year, says Mitch Perkins, DWT’s wilder...

Smash those garden goals!

New year, new developments at Thorngrove: January sees the unveiling of the renovated cafe and a host of garden plans and events Well that was...

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Clayesmore head likens Labour’s policy to 1980s pit closures in open letter

In a powerful open letter, Jo Thomson, the head of Clayesmore School, has challenged Sir Keir Starmer's new tax policy for independent schools, likening...
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Wimborne transforms (back) into thrilling 17th century English Civil War

Wimborne’s summer of history kicked off with a thrilling re-enactment of The Battle for Wimborne over the May bank holiday weekend, as hundreds of...

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