Hello and welcome to The Compost Bin. I'm Compostwoman and I live with my family in rural Herefordshire. We have a polytunnel, garden, veg plot and small woodland, all managed organically, where we grow our own food, run courses in all sorts of things and share our lives with Chickens, Cats, Guinea Pigs and assorted wildlife. Oh and we make a lot of compost! We try to live a more self suffient, self reliant lifestyle here, as best we can.

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Tuesday, 15 January 2013

1000 posts givaway

To celebrate my 1000 post milestone yesterday  I am going to do a givaway!

So, follow me and leave a comment and in a week or so I will put all the names  in a hat and get Compostgirl to select one at random.

I will then send the recipient a small token of my appreciation and thanks, for reading my blog ;-)

9 comments:

  1. You too!!

    That's both of us that have reached the 1000th post (mine was a few weeks ago) doesn't time fly when you're having Blogging fun.

    Happy 1000th post (for yesterday) and well done, it's quite an achievement.

    Sue xx

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  2. Congratulations on hitting the One thousand mark! That's quite an achievement :)

    I think I'm on 4. No, not 4 thousand, just 4 :)

    I hope your wormery is still keeping warm in this cold snap?

    Kind regards..

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  3. Wowee ... CONGRATULATIONS! Your posts are always so thoughtful ... it's quite an achievement to have posted 1000 of them. As much as I appreciate the giveaway, I'm going to take my name out of the hat since I live so far away but ... I did want to say Congrats and best wishes on the next 1000!

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  4. Congratulations on your great achievement! We've done the birdwatch for several years now - it's strange how the birds seem to know when it is and stay away...
    Barbara x

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  5. Hi- as a new blogger I'm interested to read of a seasoned campaigner! I'm a Mastergardener in Norfolk and may be moving onto being a Master composter this year. ilioked your wassailing pics- made my own wasail mix over Christmas which went down rather well! If you get the time please take a look at my blogspot and give some advice or comments www.audaxdesign.co.uk. thanks!
    Nigel Boldero

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  6. I enjoy reading your posts and envy you those 4 acres : ) Well done on 1000 posts. I've got a long way to go to catch up.

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  7. I've been reading your blog for over a year & I love the tales about the hens, as well as general compost information & am so envious of your land. Here's to another 1000 posts!

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  8. I've been following you via Google reader for a while, enjoying your tales of preserving, gardening and composting. I do a little of each, although on a much smaller scale as only have the garden of a small victorian terrace to work with. Was very excited to see my first 2013 seeding sprouting this morning (a costoluto genovese tomato), happy gardening.
    M

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  9. I've been following you via Google reader for a while, enjoying your tales of preserving, gardening and composting. I do a little of each, although on a much smaller scale as only have the garden of a small victorian terrace to work with. Was very excited to see my first 2013 seeding sprouting this morning (a costoluto genovese tomato), happy gardening.
    M

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