What is the RHS Garden Bridgewater? RHS Garden Bridgewater was created by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS). It’s the fifth garden created by the society and, according to the group, one of the “largest gardening projects undertaken in Europe in recent years.”
Pubs in Scotland and Wales will be reopening next Monday, April 26, as part of the easing of lockdown restrictions in those countries. At the same time, 44 more Wetherspoons pubs will also be reopening in England. Wetherspoons will be reopening more
n Monday the nation rejoiced as non-essential retail, hairdressers, gyms and pub beer gardens were allowed to open their doors once again. It comes as the UK’s heroic fightback against COVID-19 continues this week, with more than 40 million jabs in arms
Brits were overjoyed by Boris Johnson’s announcement to reopen outdoor areas in pubs and restaurants on April 12 as part of the second stage in his national roadmap out of lockdown. However, some landlords are concerned by the overzealous rules imposed by
The Trust announced yesterday it is reopening the doors of Buckingham Palace to royal fans and visitors, who this summer will be given the unique possibility to roam freely in the Gardens of the Queen’s London residence and even have picnics there.
When you’re using a mower that’s no match for your lawn size, you end up spending hours trying to get the job done and still end up with a patchy, uneven garden at the end of it. Despite your best efforts, if
“It was easy to get a lion, but was it right to?” Ross added. Ross went on to speak with some of Reece’s neighbours who are less than happy about the lions being kept in the village. “In my view, it’s wrong,”
During winter, a bonus of the near constant drizzle is not having to worry about the garden getting dry and thirsty. But as the sun becomes a more permanent fixture and rain (hopefully) becomes far less common, it’s good to have a
While pubs up and down the country have been closed throughout the third coronavirus lockdown in England, the Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed his roadmap out of lockdown for England in a press conference on February 22, with the hospitality sector set
A study of 2,000 people who have access to a garden – shared or owned – found the average household has forked out £241 on renovations and £180 on accessories, as lockdown restrictions meant more time was spent in backyards than usual.