Monthly Archives: March 2016

Soulbury’s erratic stone

I am pleased that Bucks County Council has decided against moving the Soulbury erratic from its resting place. Continue reading

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Alan for access

I am sad that Alan Gaskell, West Riding Ramblers’ access champion, has died aged 93. Continue reading

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Let’s have data not dogma

The government threatens to cut a vital survey of people’s engagement with the outdoors, with loss of important data. Continue reading

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More Otmoor

A March visit to Otmoor with 52 bird species including short-eared owl. Continue reading

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Jellyfish have teeth?

Since when have jellyfish had teeth? Continue reading

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Back on the straight and wide

I have to keep a close watch on Ibstone footpath 5 close to my home as it is repeatedly obstructed or not restored. Continue reading

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Grabbing the opportunity

I grabbed a visit to Stanwick Lakes in Northamptonshire and was well rewarded. Continue reading

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