Since January this year, six sperm whales have been stranded on beaches along the Norfolk and Lincolnshire coastline. This number makes this the worst […]
The flooding seen across the north of England and in Scotland this winter has left a trail of destruction and provoked a lot of […]
Ash Dieback devastated UK ash tree populations and rocked the conservation world. Now, the UK is again on high alert for signs of the […]
Over the 17th and 20th February A Rocha staff and volunteers, along with church groups and local community members worked together to plant a […]
Lyme Regis Baptist Church – in the town that saw gigantic waves smash into its seafront – is among the initial round of winners for A Rocha UK’s Eco Church award. The award scheme has attracted more than 100 registrations since being launched at St Paul’s Cathedral in London last month (January). St Paul’s was the first award winner.
The Lyme Regis Baptist Church building is near The Cobb – the town’s ancient harbour that was highlighted in recent news coverage of extreme weather. Iconic images of angry seas led to dramatic headlines.