Great news, Clare has negotiated with Wessex Water for a grant of £900 that will enable us to fulfil our aim of involving children and doing more for the wildlife in the garden

The frogs arrived in late February but had disappeared by March. however they left some nice clumps of frogspawn. Children counted over 40 frogs.

We were amazed when Janice discovered a hidden rockery opposite the Poesy Garden. This is now being restored by Alex.

We knew that spring had arrived when the Magnolias started to flower. They are prone to frost so 'fingers crossed'.

The Iris border looking great thanks to Sandy and Kim. Note the Magnolias in the background.

Alan's Acacia now starting to look more tree-like.

The two Camelias now flowering their socks off.

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