Glasgow vounteers go daft for daffs

Volunteers and OPAL staff in Scotland have planted 2,015 daffodil bulbs and wild flowers to create a sustainable science garden in the heart of Glasgow.

The garden, which is based in Elder Park in the Govan area of the city, will also celebrate the forthcoming Glasgow Year of Green 2015.


Are there frogs and hedgehogs living in your garden?

OPAL scientists are asking residents in the Marfleet area of Hull to take part in a garden wildlife survey.

The research project, called Slime and Spine 2009, sets out to see how many frogs, newts, toads and hedgehogs are making their home in our gardens.

Residents in Marfleet will receive a postcard through their door asking them to report any sightings on the OPAL Yorkshire and Humberside website.


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