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Win an RSPB Bird Feeder and a 100g Bag of Chubby Mealworms

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Welcome along Bird Fans The RSPB Window feeder will bring nature closer to you. Observe the birds from the comfort of your own home with the RSPB Window feeder. We will also include a 100g bag of Chubby Mealworms in with your prize to feed the birds. This is a great giveaway for the kids and will soon have your little ones experts on the garden birds, in fact, this is fun for all the family!  Here at Chubby Mealworms,...

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The Newbies Guide to Entomophagy

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We've all seen I'm a Celebrity and been equally horrified and disgusted by the Celebs tucking into a range of squelchy puss ridden grubs whilst locked in an underground hole. It is debatable if the ITV entertainment program has had a positive or negative effect on the insect-eating movement but in all fairness..... it has got people talking!    Entomophagy - what is it?  Entomophagy is the eating of insects. It is estimated that up to a quatre of the...

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Why Feed the garden birds?

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Feeding the birds is a wonderful way to bring nature closer to you and at the same time look out for the special animals that frequent our back garden. To attract more garden birds I use a variety of seeds, dried insects, suet and fat balls to keep the birds coming. The love that the UK has for the Garden birds is one of the reasons that birds can flourish throughout the year. At Chubby Mealworms UK we aim to...

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Have Fun Outside for National Children’s Gardening Week

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Summer is approaching, which means nicer weather for spending time in the garden to tend to our plants. And gardening doesn’t only have to be for adults, as it is also a beneficial experience for children. Gardening is an enjoyable way for them to understand the beauty of nature, while also showing them how to appreciate wildlife.   To celebrate National Children’s Gardening Week, we recommend building a homemade bottle bird feeder as a fun craft to get children outdoors....

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Fundraising for British Heart Foundation

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Recently Alex's Dad had to have emergency Quadruple Heart Bypass surgery and mitral valve replacement, it was touch and go, but luckily he is still with us!If it wasn't for the research that BHF undertakes - he may not be alive today. BHF has helped half the number of people dying from heart and circulatory disease in the UK but sadly every day hundreds of people lose their lives.It's only thanks to the support from people like us that help BHF create...

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