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What does good sustianable development look like?

Earlier this week I arranged for some colleagues and I to visit BedZED, BioRegional’s iconic offices in Hackbridge. The reason for the visit was cooked up when Matt Wood (their Energy Innovation Manager) and I met at an Ashden Alumni workshop a couple of months ago. 340 more words

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Landmarks

Here are a few shots from our recent couple of days away.  How many buldings/places can you name?

Terry Fisher Photography
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Field Trip! Beningbrough Hall Parkland and Home Farm Shop

This week’s Filed Trip! was to Beningbrough Hall Parkland and Home Farm Farmshop.  Beningbrough Hall is a gorgeous National Trust property located just to the north of York off the A19.   332 more words

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Celebrating the 75th anniversary of Sutton Hoo

It was in 1939 that the incredible ship burial of an Anglo-Saxon king and his treasured possessions was discovered at Sutton Hoo. 75 years on from what is thought to be one of the most important discoveries in British archaeology, a 1930s garden party will be held (26 & 27 July) to mark the anniversary. 532 more words

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In search of the great green bush cricket

The closest nature reserve to where I live is called Neu-Lindsay, and it’s the self-styled home of the great green bush cricket.

Somehow, in almost six years of living in our valley, I’d never been there, so it felt about time. 590 more words

The Vyne House

Sunny summer Sundays. You’ve gotta love them. And there’s nothing better than slipping off into the countryside to find a new National Trust estate to explore. 410 more words

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