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Bat, moth and owl prowl - Friday 3 July 2015

July is a busy month for wildlife in London with stag beetles on the wing, kestrels fledging and swifts readying for their return to Africa. LWT has a lot of events coming up, so of which are (almost) in our Borough! 121 more words

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A Brighter Future

Just over 3 years ago now I was made redundant from my job as an office manager with a financial services company. I really enjoy this job before the changes started to occur but towards the end it really was a struggle to get out of bed. 1,063 more words

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Birds, Bugs & Bats at Kenfig

Following on from the success of our Moth & Mammal evening back in May, the Bridgend Countryside Volunteer Network have arranged an evening at Kenfig Nature Reserve to celebrate it’s diverse wildlife. 100 more words

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Moth & mammals and bugs and birds and bats

What an amazing event at Bryngarw Park this evening.

Thank you to everyone that attended and enjoyed finding out what a variety of wildlife we have in this little corner of Bridgend County. 507 more words

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An Evening of Moths & Mammals

Join us from 6pm on Saturday 17th May 2014

The organisations within Bridgend Countryside Volunteering Network have come together to lay on an ‘Evening of Moths and Mammals, Bugs, Birds & Bats’. 328 more words

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All Quiet on the Sewing Front

I know I haven’t updated a lot recently BUT I have been doing other things which have taken up my free time.

Fear not though I shall be back to… 255 more words

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Brockwell Park Bat Walk - Saturday 31st August

Meet at the Clock Tower at 7.30pm. We’ll walk down to the ponds to find beautiful bats. Wear sensible shoes and dress for the weather. Children are welcome, but no dogs please.The walk will take about an hour and will be led by Dr Iain Boulton who is both interesting and very well-informed as well as being possessed of a very infectious enthusiasm. 39 more words

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