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New homes for South Northumberland
Birds on a South Northumberland nature reserve are all set have new homes thanks to a grant of £100 from Haydon Bridge Parish Council.…
First and Last for Ratty
As part of its ongoing support for the Restoring Ratty project, donations from sales of a very special ale brewed by The First and Last…
Rallying cry issued to Co-op shoppers
Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s Catch My Drift project is calling on shoppers at two Co-op stores in Northumberland to support its…
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Old King Cole
There are lots of places in the world that have a close association with rocks, many are even named after them. Nantwich and other -wich…
2020, not glum for everyone: a new start for Catch My Drift’s trainee
In September, I waved a teary goodbye to Norfolk, where I had spent the last four years at university, and trekked up to Morpeth, which…
Kielderhead Wildwood Helilifting
2020 has been a quiet year on the Wildwood site. At least in terms of us humans. Buzzards have continued to cry overhead; the barking of…
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