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ON THE BACK: For reasons not fully understood, the number of hedgehogs has declined dramatically over the last twenty years. Making sure they can move freely between gardens is important. All it takes is a 13 cm square (or round) hole in a fence or wall to enable them to pass freely from one garden to the next. Leaving part of a garden to go wild will provide a valuable source of invertebrates for them to eat. For more information go to:


    15.5cm x 15.5cm card printed on carbon captured paper (supporting the Woodland Trust) supplied with a ribbed kraft brown envelope in a compostable wrapper.with a white envelope in a compostable wrapper.

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