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With the colder days firmly behind us, Spring is a great time of year to get out and about again, with parks and gardens bursting into flower and a welcome return to pavement seating at bars and restaurants for sun-catching.
People are at the heart of this issue. Nearly every one of our editorial pages features someone local who is doing something with a smile – from the team at Cobbs Farm Shop to the gentlemen at the Kings Worthy Community Shed who renew and repair broken things.
This issue we pull on our wellies to head to the Incredible Edibles allotment and find out how local independent schools are maximising opportunities to get children learning and developing confidence in the great outdoors.
In Winnall, we meet the inspirational Elaine Chapman who set up Community Pantry, a fantastic organisation which gets surplus food from supermarkets to those who need a bit of extra help putting food on the table.
On the home front, we meet experts who search for and sell property, find out about how to boost our home security and visit Mayfly Vintage near Stockbridge.
Buying local – whether it is from city specialists or wining and dining with our advertisers – not only supports the local economy but also boosts the people behind the brands. We’re committed to doing that too.
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