Last weekend's snow is melting and the garden is coming back to life. Rebecca, one of our volunteers, is a talented local artist. She has run a few workshops in the garden, painted our plain black shed, created signs and is now busy with pyrography work (pictured on the left) on wooden signs.
During her last visit to the garden, she reported that wildlife was thriving. Lots of birds were out, including a charming egret by Vicar's Brook (pictured on the right).
Another volunteer, Agnes, did a bird count and sent it to the RSPB. She spotted 1 robin, 2 coal tits and 1 song thrush.