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Spring colour provides feast for wildlife, too

Although the days are short and the temperatures are dropping, we’re already planning stunning spring displays that are nature-friendly, too.

All around our services, spring flowering bulbs are being planted – including over 3,000 assorted bee, bird and butterfly-friendly bulbs at our head office grounds which we also share with our St Catherine’s nursing home and the Hexham and Newcastle Catholic Diocesan offices.

The spring bulb mixture is set to be full of colourful surprises to provide a feast for the eyes, while a wildflower seed mix, sewn in our dedicated wildlife patches, will provide a feast for birds and insects.

It’s going to be blooming great!

Our gardener Keith planting bulbs and some of the plants we might see in spring