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NWCAA MEETING

Invitation to the NW Region of NASLGs

A General Meeting of Region 3 of the National Allotment Society, will take place on

Sunday 16th October 2022.

12:00 noon for 12:30 with tea/coffee provided,at the Fingerpost Public House, 434, Hempshaw Lane,       Offerton, Stockport, SK1 4QA,

This is the first actual meeting since Covid and we hope for a good attendance, the pub car park is behind the pub off Lowndes Lane.

Please confirm your attendance a.s.a.p. with any questions you wish to ask, and any suggested improvements we could make.

(j.irwin.nas@gmail.com)                                         

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DISLEY and LYME Horticultural Society 115th Show

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42nd Reddish open flower and vegetable show

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BADGERS AND THE LAW

https://www.rspca.org.uk/adviceandwelfare/wildlife/animals/badgers/law

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High Lane Open Day

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NEW FUND FOR GREEN SPACE PROJECTS

https://gmenvfund.org/green-spaces-fund

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BIRD FLU UPDATE

GOVERNMENT MEASURES FOR HOUSING OR NETTING POULTRY

WILL BE LIFTED ON MONDAY 2nd MAY

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BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION LEARN CPR IN 15 MINUTES

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LEISURE KEY CARD UPDATE

https://www.stockport.gov.uk/leisure-key

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AVIAN FLU/STORM EUNICE RISK UPDATE

Beware Storm Eunice could worsen bird flu spread! We’ve been experiencing some wet and windy weather this week in the UK and there is worse to come with Storm Eunice arriving on Friday.

Flood water can spread bird flu if it leaks into poultry houses, so it’s vital that you check your birds’ housing for holes that could let water in and do all you can to block them up.

Ensure tarpaulin is well secured to prevent it from blowing away in the strong winds.

Check poultry house roofs and strengthen any weak areas.

Turbulent weather churns up silt underwater in previously infected ponds and reservoirs, where the virus has been shown to lie dormant for several weeks. As a result, wild waterfowl could become infected and spread the virus. Keep your birds indoors and away from wild birds.

Follow this link for more biosecurity advice: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/avian
-influenza-bird-flu…

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