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If you are a keen gardener, but don’t have a big patch of your own, you can consider volunteering at the gardens of a stately home or National Trust property.
Even if you do have a garden of your own, if you give your time to something like this, you will not only learn about plants that are not in an ordinary domestic garden, but also you will learn hints and tips on how to garden effectively.
Some schemes teach you how to garden organically, or according to systems like biodynamic systems.
Gardening is excellent hobby, as it means that you move around in the sunshine, and you get some fresh air. Growing things is very satisfying, as the plants and plans develop.
Just seeing something you put in the earth as a tiny seed crack open and grow into a seedling, then into a plant, and flower and finally produce seeds of its own is quite amazing.
Wonderful for Calming the Mind
You can also be very creative with colour and planting. It is said that gardening is good for calming the mind, and even for depression.
This is certainly something useful for someone who is for example usually in the office. Using your body and not thinking very much is a nice change.
You’ll also find yourself making friends among the volunteers, and probably get some compliments on your hard work.
The main injury that gardeners seem to get is a bad back, so always be careful when you’re bending – try and kneel down instead. You can get special kneeling pads or knee pads to protect your knees.
Another problem tends to be scratches, so wear gloves when dealing with roses or tough bushes.
If you have a major accident, call us
These problems are relatively minor, but if you’re volunteering at gardening and a serious accident happens to you – perhaps a finger amputation from someone else’s misuse of the secateurs, or a crushed foot from falling logs, or a concussion as a stack of heavy plant pots falls on your head from a high shelf – call us about a non-fault claim in Ystradgynlais.
If the accident wasn’t your fault and you needed medical treatment, you may be able to make a claim. Particularly if you needed a lot of treatment for a long time, or if the accident will affect you forever.
It is 0800 689 0500 from a land line and from your mobile 0333 500 0993.
We are experts in your non-fault claim in Ystradgynlais, and anywhere else in the UK. This is because we’ve been handling accident claims for many years, and we know just what to do.
We work for you on a no-win, no-fee basis, so no need to worry about the bill. You may find yourself hundreds or thousands of pounds better off, so call us now.
Date Published: 4th October 2014
Author: Louise Thacker