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Useful contacts updated

Thanks to eagle-eyed Pete Daymond, we are ashamed to admit that the 1st Ickenham Scout Group was missing from the Useful Links page. Apologies. We’ve made good the omission and resequenced the list. 18 more words



— “as climate continues to change, those isolated habitats become more and more precious, and should something happen to even one of those isolated habitats, you may lose an important component of that population.” 22 more words


Reasons for Visiting Cley Marshes during Short Breaks in Norfolk.

“Cley-Next-The-Sea is a timeless North Norfolk seaside brick and flint village with a traditional red telephone box and storybook streets. The George Hotel at Cley dates back to 18th Century. 126 more words

Overcast on the Norfolk Coast

Ominous under a rain-speckled sky,

Lilac-coloured flowers of salsify

Bloom among the grasses

In moody bird-haunted marshes,

Where oystercatchers pipe on the tideline.

In the morning drizzle, on a ghostly coast, 72 more words


Troy Meadows: A wide open secret

I’m always amazed by the seclusion and splendor I can find here in the country’s most densely populated state. Rarely has that been more true than during a March 12 trip my wife and I took to… 1,128 more words

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Braunton Marsh

In March, I headed down to Putsborough in North Devon for a short holiday. On the way there, we took a wrong turn and ended up driving through Braunton Marsh, an area of ancient farmland close to the sea.  50 more words