Bring the world’s gardens to yours

Monty Don leads us down the world's garden paths in five gardening programmes to share the history, happiness, and joy that gardens bring to people no matter the place or time. Monty Don’s Italian, French, American, Japanese, and Paradise gardens showcase gardens from around the world and can provide you a little inspiration on how to bring the world’s gardens to your own. 

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8 Key Moments in LGBTQ+ History

Celebrate LGBTQ+ history with programmes like Gamechangers: Transmilitary and The Beyonce Experience. For the largest part of history people in the LGBTQ+ community have not been able to express themselves and have their voices heard, which is why having a platform to share their stories is so important. 

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Make Your Home a Space That Supports Self-care

We spend a lot of time in our homes, and it should be a place where you can relax, decompress, and practise self-care. Self-care is hard to practise in a space that doesn’t reflect the happiness you are trying to accomplish.

Through sprucing up your home and doing things that will make you happy, you will be able to set and achieve attainable self-care goals. 

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7 ways to kickstart your self-care routine

With Valentine's Day around the corner, it's the perfect time to start thinking about self-care! No matter what stage of your life you're in, it's always important to care for your health and well-being.

A simple way to start your self-care routine is to look at it in terms of pillars. This might sound like a lot, but once  you know them, you can better recognize what needs work in your life instead of trying to do everything.

 

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One Day: Ways to commemorate the 2022 Holocaust Memorial Day

Holocaust Memorial Day occurs annually on 27th January. It is a day for everyone to remember the millions of people who were murdered in the Holocaust under Nazi rule and in the genocides which followed in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Darfur.

The day is observed in many ways and is important for reminding people of the devastating effects racism, hatred and discrimination has had. It is a chance for people to teach, learn and grow to protect our societies and people.

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