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You’ll sometimes find sponsored content here –  always clearly disclosed, with any free samples I received clearly indicated. Links will sometimes be via affiliate sites, which means I receive a small amount of revenue per click. I work to maintain integrity and honesty in my posts, and only feature brands that align to my own values & beliefs. If a product, book or event has been provided free of charge, then you’ll find it listed as a “sponsored blog post”.  If you take part in a give away or competition on the blog, then it’s likely that the prizes / freebies have been provided for free and it’s important you read the terms and conditions before entering.

Many bloggers will review products they have been sent for free without declaring this to their readers. On all my websites you’ll find a clear disclosure of where items came from. Why do I do this? Because I think it’s important to be transparent. about the source of products and services you read about here on my website or my social media channels..

I always let companies know I will only review products I liked or that worked (it’s not unheard of for me to return an item if I don’t think my readers will find it useful or if it didn’t do what it promised). I accept items in return for a review on Amazon, in these cases I always state that an item was provided free for review and on my blog it will be listed as a “sponsored post”.

Many of the books I review I buy myself or have been given as gifts, if a book has been supplied for free as part of a review, this is listed as a “sponsored post”.

After I have reviewed a product I’ll either keep it, host a give away on the blog or donate it to charity. Items I keep are declared  to HMRC as “payment in kind”.

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  • When you look up from the tv and realise outside is far more interesting! Happy Bank Holiday weekend everyone. I shall mostly be harvesting onions, drinking g&t and reminding myself how lucky we are to have this view.
#slowliving #thankful #girlgardener #mygardenrightnow #cheshirelife #thewayweliveinthecountry #permaculture Finished a new shawl. Far too hot to wear it, but luckily my shed is a great backdrop! Yarn is King Cole Riot. 
#crochet #crochetgirlgang #neverenoughshawls #sheshed #madenotmanufactured #crochetlove Free food! Next best thing to growing your own food is eating other people's homegrown. I'm looking after my neighhour's garden & boy does he have a lot of radishes just now! I have written a blog post about more of my favourite (almost) free foods. Link in profile, now I'm off to pickle these radishes.
#frugalfood #foraging #ediblegarden #growyourownfood #girlgardener #allotmenteering #eattheseasons #permaculture  #zerowaste #slowliving #gardentotable #organicgardening #forktofork I'll admit it, I grow this mostly for it's amazing colour - but the stems are delicious sauted with chorizo or streaky bacon!
#mygardenrightnow #girlgardener #girlsthatgarden #permaculture #growyourown #ediblegarden #bakingandmaking #slowliving #organicgardening I do love a formal garden. I walk through this one every Friday on my way to knit group.  Castle Park is a hidden gem.
#gardens #castlepark #parksandgardens Thanks @simplycrochetmag for featuring my crochet picnic basket :) The pattern is available  now in Simply Crochet celebrations edition. You'll need a cardboard box to upcycle & some chunky cotton yarn, I used DMC Natura XL & finished it off with leather buckles from Bag Clasps. 
#crochet #crochetgirlgang #upcycling #reloved #crochet #makersgonnamake #lovecrochet
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