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Together Against Sizewell C Jun 2
Joan Girling said: “The cards may be stacked in favour of the govt but we will continue to make our case that the proposed felling of Coronation Wood is premature, unnecessary, & inappropriate, causing the loss of woodland & acidic grassland in an
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Chiltern Society Jul 8
The Chiltern Society, Chiltern Conservation Board & some of our amazing volunteers have developed a series of 23 Chiltern walks which are social-distance friendly, avoiding crowded ‘honey-pot’ locations & narrow paths where possible Enjoy!
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mop denson Feb 4
have planned to dump a portal between two ancient woodlands. The tunnelling company would be happy to continue past woods as site sits on a difficult seam of clay. Requests were rejected by HS2. HS2 will cause severance & fragmentation.
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Jake Freestone Jan 13
Fantasitic opportunity to join a diverse forward thinking farming business in the any RT's would be appreciated. Thanks
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Beeswax Dyson Jun 22
We now have a number of holiday cottages that have been sensitively redeveloped from traditional farm buildings. To find out more, email us at leisure@beeswaxdyson.com
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Roger Dewey Jun 2
Suffolk Coast is an . If 's meant anything to the Government there would be no need for campaigners to oppose it. National Parks & AONB's have very few powers - that can't be right.
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Jenny Kirtley May 29
This is truly horrendous & hard to believe this monstrosity could be built in an on the Heritage Coast Our tourist industry is already under threat, this build will devastate it. Untold damage to the environment. Unforgivable.
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Arnside & Silverdale AONB #EnjoySummerSafely Jul 21
spoils the countryside we all love. As well as being an eyesore, it harms wildlife and pollutes the environment. Please help keep the tidy and take your litter home’ thank you.
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The Elm Tree Jul 28
Looking for a break? Then why not discover the beautiful - an - the perfect place for you to relax and unwind!
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Ian Jul 27
Lot of moths around this evening and I wasn't the only one who noticed...
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North Pennines AONB Jul 26
Today is international . The has the largest, contiguous in and we have been restoring this important habitat for the past 14 years
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Alnmouthcottages Feb 18
It’s a bit breezy today. Wind whipping up the waves and a sand storm. Exhilarating!
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Seahouses Hostel Jun 4
Two wonderful socially distant walks this week along the stunningly beautiful Budle Bay; it really is a hidden gem; quiet and unspoilt with the most glorious views!
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North Pennines AONB Apr 21
The is the darkest mainland . If you can, look out for the Lyrid meteor shower tonight and read our blog for some more amazing backyard stargazing activities during International Week
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Wild Northumberland Jan 31
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High Weald AONB Jul 7
Amazing news today from our friends at - an extra 38km2 of designated landscape is no mean feat, congrats to all involved recovery
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VisitColchester Jul 7
This is great news! The expanded now stretched into North Essex, which means we've lost the distinction of having the only AONB in Essex (the Dedham Vale), but have gained a second one just down the road!
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Deborah Swift Jun 14
Yesterday’s stunning walk past the ruins of Beetham Hall destroyed by Parliament in the and then on to spectacular limestone pavement
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Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB Mar 23
In accordance with emerging guidance we are advising people not to visit the if it involves travelling. We hope this will help to minimise any risk of accidents in the AONB placing additional pressure on the emergency services and 1/2
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@NidderdaleAONB Jul 27
Reports of fly-tipping are soaring across the UK 😔 Please help keep an area of outstanding natural beauty and report any fly-tipping you find or witness. You can report it to Harrogate Borough Council online at
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