Our Editor’s enthusiasm for this plant has no bounds, and this year pellets and garlic spray have produced good results. Another solution worth trying; keep your pellets dry by putting a teaspoonful of pellets in an open jar, place on its side, hidden among the foliage. It keeps your pellets effective for longer, is fatally attractive to slugs, and less accessible to birds.
A great day out for the family.
Forecast is fair, cloud, wind and sun.
Food and drink, picnic fodder.
Healthy beasts and small animals.
Sunday 30 June 2013.
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It is designed to give advance warning of emergencies and disruption to businesses and organisations located on the River Wharfe floodplain, within 500metres of the river, Continue reading
Our latest issue number 158 is now online.
Wind and rain was spurned by visitors to this annual event. Once again the Feast Committee provided events, stalls and competitions that entertained and raised funds for good causes. Well done.
Early visitors enjoyed the official opening by the Feast King and Queen, and some inspiring rhythm from Drums Agogo.
Their report on http://www.poolparishcouncil.gov.uk contains useful information and details, including the development of a Neighbourhood Plan. Essential reading for the residents of Pool in Wharfedale
Message from Leeds Waste Management to Councillor Barry Anderson:
‘Sorry for the delay in responding to your email I have been waiting to discuss the issues you have raised with the supervisor who has been off shift until today. Continue reading
Message from Councillor Barry Anderson:
1. From the Senior Engineer, Traffic Management West:
“I’ve taken a look at the signage at both ends of Lower Old Pool Bank. Continue reading
Message from Leeds City Council
At present the service is experiencing very high presentation of brown bins for collection. The recent spell of warm, dry weather has seen a dramatic increase in garden waste compared to just a few weeks ago when tonnages were a lot less. Continue reading
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