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Hoar Frost

Wild Winter Phenomena

As the snow sets in and icy winds prevail, we couldn’t help but hunt for a selection of wonderful winter phenomena. Check out our Pinterest board to gaze at wintery landscapes, giant icicles and frosty happenings from around the world. Although we won’t, unfortunately, come across an ice cave or volcanic ice tower in the […]

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Foraging: Wild Garlic

Bringing foraged goods back to the kitchen table is rewarding and a great way to achieve a sense of well-being. Equipped with a bag and a knife, a woodland walk can supply a great addition to your kitchen shelves. If you’re looking to give wild food a go, wild garlic, aka ramson, should be at […]

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Use nature to fight the winter blues – seasonal affective disorder

Dark evenings, chilly mornings and the stress of Christmas can leave most of us feeling a little weary during the winter months. But with spring still a long way off and minimal sunlight, sometimes our symptoms can spiral into what is called Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). A dose of seasonal depression was first recognised in […]

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