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Thinking of becoming vegetarian, it's easier than you might think

Thinking of becoming vegetarian? It’s easier than you might think

Posted by Dee Sewell on May 1, 2016

If you’ve ever thought about giving up meat and becoming vegetarian, there’s no point delaying, seize the moment and do it now.

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How to organise a community clean-up

How to Organise a Community Clean-up

Posted by Dee Sewell on April 6, 2016

If you’ve noticed lots of rubbish around your area, why not organise a community clean-up. Here’s how we did it.

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Springing into action 2

Spring into Action

Posted by Dee Sewell on February 23, 2016

Spring is working her magic and there’s some serious signs of growth and new beginnings in sight.

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Back to Basic Workshop Ideas

15 Gift Ideas for Getting Back to Basics

Posted by Dee Sewell on December 13, 2015

A back to basics workshop is a present that will keep on giving. Here’s 15 ideas.

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Blogging and Friends

Blogging, Friends and the Future of Greenside Up

Posted by Dee Sewell on October 25, 2015

The Greenside Up blog helps me to tell peoples stories and in the long run, build stronger communities

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How Honey Bees Make Honey | greensideup.ie

How Honey Bees Make Honey

Posted by Dee Sewell on August 24, 2015

We’ve been keeping honey bees for over a year now and have just harvested our first precious jars. Here’s how bees make their honey.

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The Hen Story - Nature Gives & Takes Away

The Hens Tale – Breeding Chicks from Cold Eggs

Posted by Dee Sewell on July 13, 2015

After a brief time with us, we lost all our hens bar one. Yesterday Little White Hen became a surrogate mum under unusual circumstances. Here’s how it happened.

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Garden Festivals Bloom in Ireland. Rothe House Garden Day in Kilkenny

Garden Festivals ‘Bloom’ in Ireland. Here’s four to watch out for

Posted by Dee Sewell on June 10, 2015

We’re well and truly in garden festival mode here in Ireland. Here’s four to watch out for during the next few weeks.

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