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Longer days, shorter nights

The clocks have moved forwards, the lighter evenings are here, and British Summer Time is upon us.


This was going to be a post about making the most of our lighter evenings as part of our Four Seasons of Health and Safety campaign. But we have to stay at home to kill the virus that is sweeping the planet.


But we still can make use of the extra evening daylight.

We can still go for LOCAL and SHORT walks with those we live with.


We can still go into our gardens, allotments, garages and sheds.


We can still varnish our fences or paint our walls outside. In other words we can still stay active doing jobs around the house.


With all the restrictions in place, many of the articles I was going to write are on hold as they were about normal activities people do in Spring. These will be posted at a more appropriate date.

There will, however, be articles on gardening safety, DIY safety and so forth. If anyone has any tips on safe gardening they use, let me know.


However you spend your “extra” hour of daylight, do it safely, at a distance, and within the government rules.


Keep well, stay safe.





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