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March 5 - Woodland Words

The New Hardy Players present a special programme of words and music as part of the official opening ceremony for the National Trust’s Thorncombe Woods Visitor Centre on Tuesday March 10th. 174 more words

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Ickworth House - serious about getting off oil

Time for another guest blog – this time from project manager and general all round good egg Stephanie Hall. Over to you Steph!

Last week work started on site for the final REI Programme Pilot project at Ickworth House.  279 more words

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I am no longer just passing through this landscape

It’s not about bagging bucket-list miles, or even bragging about bagging holiday sights, it’s about stopping and looking for the clues that point to natural and man-made structures – or subtle signs of earlier lives that are integral to a locations ‘sense-of-place’ so often missed in the quest to capture that grand vista, or complete that big trek. 686 more words

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Cornish Capers

It is week 17 of my time with the National Trust West Exmoor Rangers, once again we were working in Road Wood and are making good progress. 233 more words

Composers work, brought to life

Thomas Tudway lived and worked at Wimpole from 1714 until his death in 1726, it was here that he was composer in residence for Lord Edward Harley. 403 more words

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Spring in the Walled Garden

Glorious sunny day in the Walled Garden at Parke yesterday – here are a few photos.

Little bowl of daffs

The almond is flowering – pretty spectacular… 37 more words

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Happy World Book Day!

Happy World Book Day! I will be spending the day at the National Trust property 575 Wandsworth Road running a creative writing workshop with students from Greycoat School. 62 more words