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Blackbrook House Encouraging Butterflies And Bees

5th September 2012

Here at Blackbrook House we value the natural environment around our lovely home for the elderly in Fareham, Hampshire.

 

We have just begun creating a meadow area in our grounds, leaving the grass uncut and allowing wildflowers to grow. We are hoping that by next Spring this will encourage butterflies, insects and bees to our garden, and in turn increase the number of birds who come to visit us.

 

We will let you know how it goes!

 

Would you like to visit Blackbrook House Residential Care Home for Elderly Folk? We are always happy to hear from people who feel that our care home might be for them, so do give us a call 01329 280 573 or drop us a line.

 

 

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