Apr 18 2020

The Wyre Oak – by Pete Thompson

Some of my best friends are trees. Which is especially fortunate at this time of restricted human contact because, as always, they are as willing as ever to give solace and share the natural, life-giving energy that, in this season especially, is pulsing so strongly...

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Apr 02 2020

How to attract butterflies to your garden

Watching butterflies flutter about in the sunshine is one of life’s pleasures, but you might have noticed there are fewer around these days. The UK has 59 different types of butterfly. But sadly populations have declined recently due to loss of their habitat, pollution and changing...

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Mar 13 2020

Handwashing in the woods

Hygiene in the woods has always been important and with the rise of COVID-19 it is especially important to ensure hands are washed before eating, drinking, smoking or touching your face.    As well as viruses like Coronavirus there is always a risk of Zoonotic Infections in...

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National Volunteer Panel – Wales

Meet your National Volunteer Panel representative from Wales:   Brian Palmer I am very lucky to be based in Llandderfel, near Bala in North Wales, just on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, and have lived here for 7 years. I was a civil engineer and then...

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