12 Ways To Welcome Hedgehogs Into Your Garden
I don't think there is a single person out there who thinks that hedgehogs aren't adorable, but unfortunately there are only estimated to be around 1 million of these cute little critters left in the UK. But never fear, you can do your part to ensure that hedgehogs don't go extinct. These beautiful mammals rely on our gardens to offer them food and shelter, but with more and more homes putting up fences around their gardens,they are not able to come and go like they used to. Our simple tips below will teach you how to look out for your quilled friends and keep them staying safe throughout the year.
Our Favourite Bridges Throughout History.
It goes without saying that we love bridges, and there are so many interesting ones out there. Have you ever thought about the history of the bridge which you've just walked over? Or how long it took to build? Or how long it is? Probably not, but we have compiled a list of the most impressive bridges and what makes them so special.
Isolation can be an extremely scary prospect for a lot of people. Having limited interaction with the outside world is very strange, humans are designed to be outside and communicate with people on a regular basis. This is why when we stay indoors for too long, we become short tempered, anxious, restless, weak, tired or grey in the face, we need the vitamins which the outside world provides us with. But worry not! Even though you aren't able to spend as much time outdoors, and doing the things you would usually enjoy, there are plenty of things which you do in your very own garden. Adult or child, sunny or cloudy, hot or cold, there is sure to be something which you can do to get out in the garden, and chances are you will find it on this list! So here it is, our: