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By Heather 11 years ago

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We've won!

By Heather 11 years ago

We are still basking in the glory of winning the prestigious Global Dell Small Business Excellence Award for innovation and leadership in social media involving the use of tools like Facebook, podcasting and blogging.

This is what our great leader Heather had to say, "Social media can be time consuming but it is really valuable, has better longevity than traditional media, and it is a lot of fun. We are thrilled to receive this award and can't wait to start blogging and podcasting with our customers all over the world to let them know."To watch a video of Heather talking about the Dell award, click on the picture below:

We would like to thank Dell for sponsoring the award and for their generous hospitality.

A Wiggly barter or two

By Heather 11 years ago

The Wiggly Wigglers staff have a great way of "doing business" that involves absolutely no money changing hands. Last year I gave Richard aka Ricardo two ewes in exchange for him digging my veg patch - result!
Various other clandestine exchanges take place during the course of the year involving vegetable and fish shaped bags. Yesterday some very strangely shaped cucumbers were changing hands. I bagged a good swap in the form of a sack of chick crumbs (not the remains of my hens' offspring I hasten to add) for locally caught zander and some venison. Other exchanges have involved jars of jam, chutney, plants and joints (of the meat variety!).

ps A big Wiggly hello to Megan Lynch (of Facebook fame) from California, who is currently on holiday in the UK and currently staying with Heather and Farmer Phil.

Tatties and Tigers

By Heather 11 years ago

Here in the office we have received a great picture and e-mail from Wiggly customer Gary Owen, which goes as follows:

"I just wanted to say thank you for the seed potatoes I won through the Wiggly Wigglers Facebook group a few weeks ago. I filled a few buckets with compost from my Can-o-Worms (bought from you a year or two ago), stuck the spuds in, and they are growing nicely. I look forward to them providing some tasty roasters before too long: for the moment, they're feeding this enormous caterpillar, which we think is a garden tiger moth. all the best Gary."

Thanks for the feedback Gary and what a fantastic caterpillar - very exotic looking.