Articles in Category : Home & Garden

Winter 2020

Therapeutic Gardening

With Sophie Lacey - Good Thymes Gardening

Sophie (left) from Good Thymes Gardening joins the Bay team this month with her story oif therapeutic gardening. I firmly believe in each of us we have an instinctive affinity with nature. I classed myself as a hobbyist gardener for

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September 2020

September Dig it

Gardening advice for the new (and not so new) gardener with Fulke Andel

Again, my ambitions of winning a prize at the local Garden & Produce Show were thwarted, but this time by the Covid Pandemic. That said, I haven’t had the best of years in the veg garden. Despite more attention than

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July 2020

Dig it – July

Gardening advice for the new (and not so new) gardener with Fulke Andel

Well, what a couple of months we’ve had! I, for one, didn’t see the lockdown happening so quickly – so was not at all prepared from a gardening perspective. Very little compost and only last year’s seeds to use. 3

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July 2020

Editor’s Choice

With Lesley Williams

Digital Solutions What’s your WiFi password?’ asked my great niece. ‘We don’t have internet in the house, it’s just up in the studio, sorry’ I replied. She gave me a look that told me I was a dinosaur, definitely prehistoric.

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July 2020

Welcome back!

Swansea Cats Protection with Lyn Gardner

With the country emerging from lockdown, we are all anticipating the ‘new normal’. Will it be much as before, or will we have a better awareness of the fragility of the environment and a desire to do things differently? I

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March 2020

Please adopt a cat

Swansea Cats Protection with Lyn Gardner

Polar & Bear (left) We’re brothers and best pals – we go everywhere together. Can you tell us apart? You’ll have to come and meet us to find out! Bit bewildered at the moment and we’re still getting used to

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March 2020

Dig it – March

Gardening advice for the new (and not so new) gardener with Fulke Andel

Yes, your eyes aren’t deceiving you – the days are getting longer. Both gardeners and plants are keen to get going, but the temperature of the ground is critical and must be right to ensure success. March is said to

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