Monthly Archives: December 2022

Robert Balfour: non temere

My great grandfather, Sir Robert Balfour, left parliament a century ago. Continue reading

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A tribute to joyous Julie

Julie Boston, who died last October aged 88, was an indefatigable campaigner on many issues, and she inspired others to join her. Continue reading

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Chaos at Kimble

The deplorable state of some of the paths at Kimble in Bucks. Continue reading

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Otmoor with Bucks Bird Club

I visited Otmoor with members of the Bucks Bird Club on a chilly day, lovely colours and good birds too. Continue reading

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ELMS: access now ‘a matter of detail’

When Barry Gardiner MP questioned environment secretary Thérèse Coffey on access in ELMS he got some shabby replies. Continue reading

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Wings at Wilstone

I joined the Bucks Bird Club for a walk around Wilstone Reservoir near Tring. We listed 66 species. Continue reading

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