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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


A Day in the Life of an Environmental Consultant - June 2017

The dry conditions over the spring meant that it was not expected to be a bumper year for lapwing figures on the North Kent Marshes… 324 more words

PUMPING THE POO and an Historic Discovery

PUMPING THE POO and an Historic Discovery

We have kept slow but steady progress this week. We have had few builders on site due to a back injury to our foreman. 553 more words


Neighbourhood Plan Update - The Current Stage

The Plaistow & Ifold Parish – Neighbourhood Plan (PIPNP) has been screened in by Chichester District Council (CDC) and the South Downs National Park Authority (SDNPA) as requiring a Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA). 314 more words

Plaistow & Ifold Parish Council

What route for the Hamble estuary coast path?

As Natural England (NE) gradually develops the England Coast Path with its adjoining access land, local campaigners study the route and argue for the best possible one. 255 more words