The snowy pictures that we put up last week seemed to go down quite well, so this week we are going one stage further with a walk (from your own armchair) up on Drummond Hill. This is especially for those who aren’t able to get up on the hill, or who aren’t in Fearnan at the moment and are desperately wishing they were!
Many thanks to Stuart Brain for sharing his walk!
We couldn’t resist this plea for help from The Littlest Wildlife Hotel as we know we have lots of knitters in the Fearnan Community and perhaps some of them are looking for a new project as lockdown drags on.
“If anyone crochets or knits and feels like being industrious for the baby season ahead…. could you possibly make some nests for the rescued babies please?
Up to now I’ve made all the nests but I’m just a bit busy with the rescue having double the number of hedgehogs than last year, so I’m not finding the time to make any.
We need a whole variety of sizes from teeny tiny to quite large and everything in between as gawd knows what babies will need them. The photos illustrate some of the various uses:
Patterns are available for free…
Thank you. Could items be sent to:
Treglasta Farm, Treglasta, Nr Launceston, Cornwall, PL15 8PY
Many thanks for the ‘walk’,Stuart. Something I couldn’t manage for real!
The Littlest Wildlife Hotel – fascinating!