On Wednesday we arranged our first crocheted length of flowers around a lamp post, thank you Sue Arran for your marvellous skills. I’m delighted to say that extra hands in the form of Penny Baxter and U3a’s recycling group are now involved. On Thursday morning I noticed I’d suddenly gained a lot more followers on Instagram who messaged that what I was doing was incredibly kind. I quickly realised that they were referring to the video that Kamilah and her team from the BBC had filmed last month. The article was very humbling but so too were the comments and messages of support from strangers. On the strength of that we’re going to do a treasure hunt of flower bombs in and around UK on World Mental Health day which is Saturday 13 October and encourage others to leave bunches of flowers for others to find. Finally, yesterday we teamed up with local zero waste champions to hold a socially distanced pop up market - thanks to all who came and we’ll definitely be doing another one (if we’re able) at Christmas time. Thanks to my tremendous team of Julie, Anna, Monica (who made her first bouquet yesterday and was delighted to sell it to a total stranger) and Mary. Have a great week and if you fancy learning how to make a Kokedama next Saturday I’ll be at Lordship Rec Hub as part of Tottenham Flower & Produce Show..