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SheffieldLakeland LP
A living landscape, rich in history, with diverse habitats abundant in wildlife, vibrant communities and strong traditions. Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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Yorkshire Water 6h
We're helping to slow the flow in Yorkshire!
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The Wildlife Trusts Apr 16
We love these stamps showing six species that have been reintroduced to the UK. And very proud that Wildlife Trusts have been involved in helping with them all!
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust Apr 16
We get a lot of calls about injured animals and South Yorkshire Animal Rescue are one of the organisations we recommend people turn to.
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The Outdoor City Apr 17
Happy 67th Birthday to 🎉 is so lucky to have all of this on the doorstep 🙌 Feeling giving? Why not donate to one or both of the national park’s campaigns: 🎁The Great Ridge 🎁Cutgate
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SheffieldLakeland LP Apr 17
Congratulations to Deepcar Brass Band!
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Moor Citizens Apr 16
The weather this week is set to be warmer and sunnier, so please keep your eyes open for orange tip butterflies, and let us know if you see any via our survey page:
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David Holmes Apr 16
For years, my bike ride home from was along the Penistone Road dual carriageway. Nothing wrong with that, but I think the commute back from the project captures the essence of a little better.
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Stoneface Creative Apr 15
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keith tomkins Apr 15
An image I wanted to capture for Landscape Conservation Action Plan. Not the best day for it!
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The Wildlife Trusts Apr 14
Greener neighbourhoods can help prevent depression and other mental illnesses, according to the largest UK study of its kind
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Steel Valley Project Apr 11
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SheffieldLakeland LP Apr 9
Flowering beautifully around Agden Reservoir today.
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The Outdoor City Apr 9
The short Sheffield Radicals Walk, from Weston Park Museum to the Town Hall, aims to introduce you to just some of the individuals, groups and causes that have grown up within our hills.
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David Holmes Apr 9
Half an hour spare at the end of a conservation work day, so we’re up at the woodshed knocking up a few bags of firewood. Locally sourced, two-year seasoned, and yours for just a fiver from the office in Stocksbridge. Get yourself down there!
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SheffieldLakeland LP Apr 6
Stocksbridge Town Hall and Valley Heritage Museum is well worth a visit - it is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
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SheffieldLakeland LP Apr 5
Look out for this new programme coming up on Channel 5 soon- featuring Our Cow Molly.
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Jonathan Wasse Apr 4
'Ere we go again! Osprey north over Emlin Ridge as viewed from Agden Side lost crossing Dukes Road 1015 to 1020
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust Apr 4
Help stop the badger cull coming to Sheffield & Rotherham! The Government has a consultation on extending the badger cull to Low Risk Areas like ours. We oppose the cull as we believe it is ineffective and can worsen the problem. Please respond by 15 April
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust Apr 4
How is nature doing in ? What is a state of nature report, & what does the Sheffield State of Nature report (2018) say about how our nature is faring? If you love wildlife & care about its future, this event is a must.
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SheffieldLakeland LP Apr 4
At least three seasons in one day in Bradfield yesterday, left over snow, thundering melt waters, gorgeous spring sunshine and finally a double rainbow after a heavy shower (which sadly the phone camera wasn't...
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