It seems that life has awakened all around .... blink and we might miss the magnificent transformations.
Eruptions of colours are bursting out of the ground like nature's fireworks.
The sound of the birds and the smell of spring are most definitely in the air.
One of the most captivating visions of this time of year has got to be the purple haze of bluebells in the woods - one of the most serene and magical carpets that could ever blanket the ground.
And lets not forget the soft buzzing of the bees as they set to work busily on the dancing dandelions, which in turn radiate their glorious sunshine glow.
Of course the leaves have populated the trees again too and animals have emerged out of hibernation with their babies in tow. Such an amazing time of year.
The vision, smells and sounds of spring will always bring a warmness to the day.
Awe inspiring and precious.
This week has been national vegetarian week, which encourages people to go meat free. An essential step towards becoming vegan.
Hopefully this has been instrumental in helping people to realise how easy and fulfilling it can be to omit meat from their diet.
A lot has been happening in the past weeks with environmental activism taking place across numerous countries. There have been large protests in London and even school children have been getting involved.
The perspective of balance and the impact that humans have made on the environment has strongly come under focus.
We shall be looking at this in more depth within this newsletter.
3 Valley Vegans are extremely proud with one of out members winning an award.....more on this later.
So kick back with a good old cuppa, or maybe even treat yourself a fruity Pimm's in the sun whilst enjoying this months edition of our newsletter.