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Wednesday 9 March 2005 3.38pm
Yes Ive got that book too (given to me by a friend whose worms had got invaded by other worms and got unwell and died).
Wednesday 9 March 2005 4.32pm
What IS this for heaven's sake. The War of the Worms or WHAT?? Oh dear, there I go, shouting again, Ivanhoe and JonR will have my guts for garters.
Wednesday 9 March 2005 4.41pm
I wouldn't infer from the fact that only Jon and I have commented on shouting that the rest of us love it.

Nor, I'm sure, would you.

...if you press it, they will come.
Wednesday 9 March 2005 5.20pm
Amongst other things, the worms have eaten my newspapers, lots of cardboard, and my old slippers which disappeared completely within a few weeks. Other things they have eaten are better not mentioned.
Wednesday 9 March 2005 5.49pm
TLMJJ has two wormeries, and Siduhe has one. A quick visit to the vet is a guaranteed cure...
Wednesday 9 March 2005 6.20pm
Great - wormeries! My new favourite subject!

I just got one from these people -
(They will deliver to anywhere in UK apparently)

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!
Wednesday 9 March 2005 6.30pm
Yes, fire away if you've got any questions and I'll try to help. Your worms might take even longer to establish in the cold weather we've been having.

Mapmaker, my wormeries don't need to be fed daily like the ones that you mentioned. On the other hand, they are not quite as cuddly.
Wednesday 9 March 2005 6.32pm
They don't demand copious cocktails either. :0)
Friday 11 March 2005 10.40pm
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:

Spring Festival!
Thursday 24 March
from noon 'til 7pm
at REPA and in 3 marquees on Dickens' Square Park
Off Harper Road, London SE1


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]

Wednesday 6 April 2005 1.56pm

did you get your wormery started?

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!
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