Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Say no to the mow and help wildlife

Mowing your lawn less, and letting parts of it grow long, will not only save you time but also help to give nature a home - benefiting to a wide variety of wildlife species including: hedgehogs, lizards and slow worms, butterflies, dragonflies and birds. It does not need to be the whole lawn, perhaps just around the border or a section in the centre, creating an area where wildflowers can flourish.

More information can be found on the RSPB website here

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