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31st March 2021
The first full moon after the Spring Equinox (20th or 21st March) signified the Anglo-Saxon pagan festival of spring rebirth, thought to be linked to...
31st March 2021
A year on from the start of the Pandemic, Kieran, one of our loyal packing team wanted to reflect, and talk about the great taboo of mental health in...
24th March 2021
Last week we heard from some of the Lee Greens Packing Team, on their favourite potato recipes. Marie-Claire told us about her favourite...
17th March 2021
  Though the Guinness and green hats were less conspicuous on St Patrick’s Day yesterday, it seems fitting to celebrate a stalwart of a...
1st March 2021
Our gloved (and loved!) volunteer teams weigh and pack their way through many kilograms of produce each Thursday at our Lee Green base....
24th February 2021
This is the third and final part in our series about Lee Greens and the bigger picture. Last week we looked forward to the future, in this final part...
17th February 2021
Last week, Celia Bradley wrote about understanding the bigger global picture when it comes to sourcing sustainable food at Lee Greens. This week you...
Sunchoke, better known Jerusalem Artichoke
16th February 2021
Jerusalem artichokes do not derive from the artichoke family nor do they originate from Jerusalem. Instead they are a sunflower tuber, often called a...
9th February 2021
Last week, Celia Bradley wrote about some of the things she has discovered since starting work in the area of local, sustainable food. This week you...
3rd February 2021
This February we’ll be taking a look at the bigger picture: how does Lee Greens fit into the sustainable future of agriculture and food? ...
27th January 2021
Lee Green's Wellness January is coming to a close, we hope we've been able to share with you techniques and tips that have enhanced your...
20th January 2021
This is the second part of Dilya Mavlanova-August's blog on Minfdulness. Following on from last week's post on what is mindfulness, and mindful...

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