Recycling and Clearing Waste in North Somersets Many Gardens and Parks

North Somerset is an area based in England with a lot of natural environment and coastal towns which attracts visitors from different parts of the world. There are different parishes which has also been very famous and visited because of their wonderful views and architecture.

Having tourists who come and visit North Somerset is such a pride to those who are living there. Therefore, it has always been every citizens’ job to keep the area clean and presentable to whoever pass by, take picture, upload on the web and share it to the world how beautiful North Somerset really is.

The people from North Somerset make sure that they collect all of the waste that they have from the right disposals on the right schedule because ones they fail to do so, it would be a hassle if wastes or garbage get stuck on one spot and would require more time to make things clean back again.

Every households have food wastes, an example of that are leftovers, fish bones, vegetables and fruit peelings, egg shells and even wrappers. Once we just dump all of these in our homes or even on our neighbourhood, we end up causing a very unpleasant smell which can even cause spreading bacteria or viruses and affect our well-being or our health.

If you are living in North Somerset and is very attracted to the gardens around you, you may end up setting up your very own garden as well. Landscape gardeners in Battersea will make sure that you will have a proper green garden waste disposal to keep everything around you clean, organise and refreshing which will also help you maintain the beauty of your garden and you can keep flaunting it to every person who pass by.

In general, North Somerset have different parks and gardens which are frequently visited by children and people who just want to unwind outdoor. Having proper garden disposals is a must since maintaining the beauty of it is also very important to keep visitors coming back again and again.

Every gardeners know better that they are supposed to cut the grass ones it has grown so tall already that ends up giving the garden a different physical design. Therefore, there would be grass cuttings all over the place, you can put those to the garden disposals which will then collected by the authorised people. You can also put the flowers, leaves, plants and weeds to the said disposals especially if they don’t have life anymore and you can’t do a thing already. If your garden have tall trees that produce fruits, we cannot avoid it sometimes that those fruits can be overripe before it was harvested. You can also put it on the disposal which can also be a very good ingredient when repurposed into a composed. Those fruits would end up not useless at all as it can bring back the beauty of North Somerset too.

Volunteers Needed

Volunteers are needed to help with a day of conservation work at a local nature reserve.

The day takes place on Saturday 28 January between 10am and 3pm on the Strawberry Line at Winscombe.

Work will involve coppicing and scrub clearance to maintain the wildlife diversity of the site. All tools will be provided as will hot drinks and soup. Volunteers need to bring a packed lunch, waterproof clothing and stout footwear. Wellies may be useful as some of the work is on wet ground.

Everyone is welcome, even if you can only come for an hour or two. Children over ten are also welcome but must be supervised by an adult at all times. Parking is available at Winscombe Recreation Ground on the Lynch just off Woodborough Road. Alternatively, to get some more exercise and fresh air, walk south from Winscombe along the Strawberry Line Heritage Trail.

For further information contact Andy Mallender, Strawberry Line Heritage Trail project officer on 01275 888538 or email

Make a Difference Day

You are invited to take part in a “Make a Difference Day” at two local nature reserves on Saturday, October 25.

The event, organised jointly by North Somerset Council and the Mendip Society, will take place at Slader’s Leigh and the Strawberry Line at Shute Shelve, off the A38 at Winscombe.

The day will run from 10 am to 3 pm so come along and make a difference at these two important local nature reserves. Join in with coppicing to maintain a woodland edge rich in wildlife, hay raking to manage a limestone meadow and building handrails on steps to provide easier access.

All tools will be provided. Please bring strong footwear, waterproofs and a packed lunch. Drinks and baked potatoes from the wood fire will be provided.

Children over ten are welcome but must be supervised by an adult at all times.

There is parking at the National Trust car park at Kings Wood, off Winscombe Hill ( grid reference 422560).

Further details are available from Andy Mallender, Strawberry Line Heritage Trail Officer, on 01275 888538 or Judith Tranter from the Mendip Society on 01761 462276.