Welcome to our special Christmas page!
Check out our Top 10 Tips on how to help the wildlife in your garden over the Festive Season, and scroll down to find our Vegan Christmas Menu…
Vegan Christmas Menu
serves 4 – 6 people
(served with minted peas and brussel sprouts)
Although the Christmas Savoury Strudel is a little fiddly to make, it is well worth the bother, and for us no Christmas dinner would be complete without it. For a little variation, I sometimes roast parsnips together with the potatoes, or prepare an additional side such as the Green Bean Salad. – Nadia
Check out WWF’s Top Tips for a Sustainable Christmas, including advice about presents, food and decorations!
Christmas Fundraiser 2019
Thank you to everyone who visited our stall at the Sandringham School Christmas Fair on Saturday 7th December, and to all the Wilderhood Watch members who donated handmade items to sell. We managed to raise over £150!
Our stall was selling: pollinator-friendly plant seeds (from our Plant Swap Day), hand-knitted Christmas decorations, handmade Christmas candles and eco-friendly sandwich wrappers, in-house designed Christmas cards and Face-Painting, as well as raffling a hand-built Hedgehog House. The money will be used to buy tree saplings for our Plant a Tree project involving local schools, and seeds for future Buzz Stop wildflower meadows.
Congratulations to our hand-built Hedgehog House Raffle winner, Anne!