The bins they have suit the size of my terrace perfectly and I was on my way to devon anyway so went and picked one up. Mine is in the process of starting up and I understand they don't eat much at all for about 6 weeks until they get settled and established.
TULLMJ - I might pick your brains about it if I run into any problems if that's ok? You seem to be a successful wormery owner!
Let's get those worms up to the top of the page again...
There is wormery advice (and at a guess, maybe just maybe wormeries, if any are still left) available at the following event organised by West Bermondsey Community Forum:
Thursday 24 March
from noon 'til 7pm
at REPA and in 3 marquees on Dickens' Square Park
Off Harper Road, London SE1
FREE ENTRY, FREE FOOD & LOTS OF FUN!
TALKAOKE! Live chat - have your say!
Meet REPA's Junior Leaders
Games & adventure play
Interactive community info stall
Youth and community projects info
Community flower planting
Workshops: Percusssion, Willow-work,
Juggling, Healthy Food, Badge Making,
Wormeries and Compost Making
Live music, spoken word, and open mic
Litter-picking - help tidy up the park
Recycling & environmental info
Bouncy castle, face painting, story-telling
Relax with a massage!
Treasure hunt! Raffles! Prizes!
REPA and WBCF invite you to our second Spring Festival
To book a stall, to be part of the programme of activites,
or for more information, please contact us at:
REPA - June McCluskcey 020 7403 8337 [email protected]
WBCF - Katie Nicholls 020 7403 9683 [email protected]
You are welcome to pop over if you would like to see worms in action (not everyone gets such a delightful invitiation) or for some advice on getting started. PM me if that sounds like the best offer you've had all week!