Work your Water Butt this winter

                                         How well do you work your butt?

Your water butt that is… A survey 3 years ago by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust  found that nearly two thirds of gardeners said they had a water butt but only one in 10 make good use of them.

The snow and rain falling in the UK during March can provide a useful supply of water for warmer months when sometimes there is less rain falling – although not always as we saw last summer.

Check out these sites for ideas and advice about installing a water butt in your garden to save all this water falling from the sky at the moment




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