Foxearth. The name has a sense of wonder to it. It sounds like it was dreamed up by C S Lewis or J R R Tolkien. But I can assure you it’s real. I’ve been there.
Indeed, I’ve seen not only the natural beauty of this spot, but also the many opportunities it offers for scientific study and spiritual reflection. All of our ideas would deepen and develop our work.
Our five core values – Christian, Conservation, Community, Cross-cultural and Co-operation – would find full expression through what we could do there.
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