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A Little Film...today in Whitehaven

A Little Film from today in Whitehaven.  West Cumbria Mining none too pleased about us being there.

Tomorrow we will meet outsidethe Beacon, Whitehaven 11am for a walk… 97 more words


What about Natural England?

We will consult on using the new freedoms we have to establish a new, world-leading body to give the environment a voice and hold the powerful to account.  176 more words

Natural England must champion paths

Thirty years ago (3 September 1987) I was present at the launch of the Countryside Commission’s far-reaching policies and priorities for enjoying the countryside.

Top priority was to have the entire rights-of-way network ‘legally defined, maintained and available for use before the end of the century’ with up-to-date definitive maps.  383 more words


The value of walking

Last weekend the Walkers Are Welcome Towns Network’s tenth anniversary get-together was held in Hebden Bridge, Calderdale.  Hebden Bridge was the first Walkers Are Welcome town, inspired by local residents Andrew Bibby and Gwen Goddard. 908 more words


BLOG: Herculean strength was needed to free a calf stuck in the mud!

As is so often the case, the week has had the odd highs plus several lows, and, one dramatic moment.

Sackcloth and ashes time… Last week I was guilty of false news. 1,408 more words


Community Interests and the Higher Level Stewardship Scheme

The first week of August saw Annie of Rural Care launch herself into the world of the Higher Level Stewardship Scheme. This meant organising, arranging and running two days of activities on the farm for different local community groups. 255 more words


Late July update from thetrevproject

So what has happened recently. Well….

The Lions drew a test series in New Zealand

England won the World Cup (women’s cricket)

Chris Froome won a 4th Tour de France – will he make into Sports Personality of the Year, probably not. 428 more words