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14 October 2020
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Connecting food and our faith

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About ten years ago, we had a chance meeting with Rob Elliott, author of “The Food Maze”, and his partner Sally. They opened our […]


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Conserving our butterflies and caterpillars at home

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During lockdown, spending time in my small garden was an essential part of my daily routine. I valued the time to slow down and […]


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Clothing: Nature, our neighbours and the wild flowers

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“Consider how the wild-flowers grow. They do not labour or spin. Yet I tell you, not even Solomon in all his splendour was dressed like […]


25 September 2020
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Rewilding, A future vision for Britain

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Andy Lester, A Rocha UK’s Head of Conservation, comments on the growing number of rewilding initiatives and why they are so important for nature […]


18 September 2020
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A journey of 10,000km

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September sees 80% of swallows leaving the country to make the dangerous journey back to South Africa. Many of the birds we see over […]


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