Join me in this weeks vegetable gardening podcast where I have the pleasure of chatting to Annabelle from life at no 27. I also share the latest from the plots.
Each week I talk about what I have been up to on the plots in the diary section. This week’s tasks include the following
- Low light levels in the evening and what I can do about this
- How the rain is making life very muddy
- How well my way of heating the greenhouse seems to be working out.
and much much more.
Annabelle from life at no 27.
This week I have had the absolute pleasure of chatting to Annabelle who runs the life at number 27 blog. I have been following Annabelle for a while now and have found her to be truly inspiring.
Annabelle is the Founder of Life at No.27, as well as a successful freelance writer, blogger, vlogger, speaker and radio personality – using her fresh approach to promote the magic of gardening and Grow Your Own.
Inspiring more people, particularly the younger generation, to put down their phones and pick up a spade. Annabelle has become a regular face at events throughout the gardening calendar and hosts a monthly radio show where she shares her allotment journey, the latest in the gardening industry and top tasks each month.
Through her passion and energetic enthusiasm, she aims to change the way allotments and growing your own are viewed and bring a stroke of ‘highlight and contour’ to the gardening world.
Showing that gardening can change your life in so many ways, both mentally and physically – whilst keeping it simple, easy and more than anything fun.
Most importantly, she is now developing and building her UK wide vision for Life at No.27 – creating an allotment based support network to help change lives across the country, accessible through self referral, GP’s, psychiatrists and local councils.
Annabelle is proud to be an Ambassador for Thrive, the UK National Charity which changes lives through gardening.
- Annabelle’s blog where you can keep up to date with her story
- Thrive a charity of which Annabelle is an ambassador for.
- The GoFundMe page for Annabelle’s project.
Please support Annabelle and the work that she carries out.
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