Monthly Archives: March 2018

Wondrous Dartmoor

It’s sad that the exhibition, Dartmoor: a Wild and Wondrous Region, is not permanent Continue reading

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Chiffchaff moment

I always note my first chiffchaff of the year as it’s a special moment. Continue reading

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Barn-owl bonanza

I saw about six barn owls at Otmoor RSPB reserve Continue reading

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Eyes and ears on the paths

The benefits to landowners of having paths across their land is that walkers and riders spot problems with stock and report them. Continue reading

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A cheering cuppa in the Malverns

A breezy walk in the Malvern Hills. Continue reading

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Access pioneer’s centenary

John Bunting, the access campaigner who died in 2013, would have been 100 today. We remember him still with great affection and admiration. Continue reading

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Gates all round

Thanks to lobbying from Turville residents there is a gate replacing the unlawful ‘stile’ on Hambleden footpath 50. Continue reading

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