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Rebecca skydives for wildlife
BUGS and wildlife mean so much to Rebecca Twigg, she is prepared to jump out of an aeroplane to promote them.
The 42-year-old mother-of-two has set up a website The Bees Knees UK, which she wants to use as the focus for a not-for-profit conservation organisation.
She will be skydiving at Old Sarum on Sunday to raise money for the launch of the project with a nightclub ball at The Chapel in Salisbury on December 5.
Miss Twigg said: “As a gardener I show people how to garden with wildlife in mind. People think it is more complicated than it is and all the information is in small packets all over the place. I am aiming to index the information and make it more accessible to get people involved in gardening for wildlife.”
Miss Twigg said she wants to co-ordinate the various conservation groups around Salisbury and plans to work the city council her go to thebeeskneesuk.com.
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