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18 May 2015
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Win a pond? Water great idea!

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Dig a pond for A Rocha UK without getting your feet wet. All you have to do is vote. But you have to be […]


4 May 2015
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George Turner: ‘unsung hero’

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Founding member of A Rocha UK and distinguished medical scientist George Turner has died, aged 91. His funeral took place at Christ Church, Southport, […]


4 May 2015
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How to give creation a rest

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Liberating nature will be the aim of A Rocha UK’s wildlife family week this summer, as two leading environmentalists join forces with an accomplished […]


4 May 2015
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Wolf Fields springs back after break-in

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Children and churches have helped Wolf Fields spring back into life after the community garden was attacked by raiders. A Rocha UK suffered more […]


4 May 2015
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A Rocha UK boosts faith in climate lobby

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climate lobby 3Faith will be part of the fight against climate change at a major London lobby this month – thanks to A Rocha UK and its partners.

At The Climate Coalition’s ‘Speak Up’ event on 17th June, A Rocha UK is playing a key role in ecumenical services at St Margaret’s Church, Parliament Square, and Emmanuel Centre, Marsham Street. And supporters are being urged to join what could be the single biggest climate lobby in history.

Churches and Theology Director Dr Ruth Valerio and Conservation Director Andy Lester will be part of the team leading worship and prayer – as thousands gather in central London for the mass lobby (pictured is a scene from the previous march). Main speaker at the services will be Bishop of Salisbury Rt Rev Nick Holtam, with contributions from Ruth Valerio, Irish singer-songwriter Andy Flannagan, and staff and partners from other agencies.

Taking place from 12-5.30pm, the ‘Speak Up’ event will be a chance for people to tell the new government they care about the affects of climate change – and that they want to protect all they hold dear. A special guide is available here.


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