Oct 07 2020

Autumn’s tapestry

Misty mornings with a slight chill and the smell of damp in the air – the leaves are turning yellow; but what type of Autumn colour will we have this year? As the daylight hours are shortening and it’s getting cooler, deciduous trees and shrubs are...

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Oct 06 2020

We’re appearing on Countryfile

Look out for our very own Lineover Wood appearing on Countryfile in November 2020. The episode focuses on the ‘healing countryside’ something which I think many of us agree on at the moment. Local Site manager Joe Middleton recently hosted Ellie Harrison and the Countryfile...

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Oct 02 2020

We’re on the TV!!

BBC Northern Ireland recently supported the work of the team in Northern Ireland by producing a short film to showcase our work. Filmed in the Faughan Valley in July 2020, the short film aired for the first time on Sunday past as part of BBCNI's...

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Oct 02 2020

Time for the Fairy Migration

Earlier in the summer a group of fairies with little decorated houses started to appear at the beautiful Sea Wood in the North West. The numbers grew over the summer and their associated paraphernalia to the point of 'littering' the woodland (depending on your viewpoint)...

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Oct 01 2020

The Ground Beneath My Feet

Alison Stewart is a very dedicated volunteer Woods Under Threat Detector, whereby she reviews planning registers for applications that may involved damage to ancient woodlands and trees.  Her role also includes reviewing local authority development plans, again carefully looking to see if woods and trees...

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