Knitting Nanas

It was lovely to receive a call last night, and a visit this evening from the ladies known as "Knitting Nanas". These ladies produce many quality knitted items throughout the year and sell them off to raise funds for charity.

This year they have kindly selected Three Owls to be one of their nominated charities, and I was thrilled to be presented with a cheque for £100 which we can put to very good use indeed.

So, a huge Thank You to Ann, Sue, Ann, Karen, Nellie, and Caroline for their wonderful fundraising work, and we look forward to seeing them again some time in the future.




Wild Bird Advice and information

Many people would help birds more, if they knew simple easy ways in which they could help wild birds, without going to too-much extra trouble. Often there are ways to help – that don’t actually ‘cost’ anything at all, but can make a huge difference to making birds welcome and safe in the environment around us.

One of the main causes of bird injuries (especially young birds in the summer months), is being attacked by both pet and feral cats. A simple way to combat thi

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