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The Woodland Trust

A joint membership have Sandi and me

In Shaptor Woods a dedicated tree

We made a visit and gave it hugs

It was covered in moss and a few tiny bugs

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Allerton Oak shortlisted for England's Tree of the Year

As the leaves are cascading, it’s a time to take notice of the trees lining the streets and scenery around us – and there’s exciting news as one of Liverpool’s most famed trees has been shortlisted to become… 404 more words


New and unprecedented threat to England’s ancient woodland

The Woodland Trust has today been informed of the largest threat to a single ancient woodland site in England that the charity has seen in its 42-year history. 425 more words

Chagford Show antics

Yesterday was the Chagford Show which is partially held on NT land in the Teign Valley below Castle Drogo – it is my favourite country show – fantastic location, lots of people, lots of animals and lots of our friends – classic Dartmoor. 279 more words


Geological Journeying

A voyage from the past to the present is a challenge for any teacher, especially when trying to convey the gigantic scale of geological history. Only so many times can you say “It’s much older than your grandparents, or their parents, or EVEN their parents” and generally it still falls on deaf ears and confused faces. 460 more words

Primary Science

Radio Package and Two-Way - Saving Smithy Wood

With thanks to Oliver Newham from The Woodland Trust, Jean Howe, and MP Angela Smith.


Weekly Photo Challenge: English Bluebells of Spring

Home-Thoughts, From Abroad
‘Oh to be in England
Now that April’s there
And whoever wakes in England
Sees, some morning, unaware,
That the lowest boughs and the brushwood sheaf… 679 more words