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Well Hill Garden Restoration

Posted on 26th August 2020, by Editor . Comments Off on Well Hill Garden Restoration

A massive thank you to everyone who turned up on Saturday to help restore the Well Hill garden (and thank you to Sue for putting it on Facebook).  Also to […]

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On a footpath near you….

Posted on 31st July 2020, by Editor . Comments Off on On a footpath near you….

You will be surprised what you find on walks round Tresham

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Highway Gardener

Posted on 12th June 2020, by Editor . 1 Comment

I would like to say what a pleasure it is to see the flowers which started appearing seasonally near the post box around the start of the lockdown. The primroses […]

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Wildlife Round Tresham

Posted on 19th May 2020, by Editor . 3 comments

Some of us are finding we have more spare time than usual at home.  This grass snake caught us by surprise in our pond at Talbot Court Farm a couple […]

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Who’s top dog? The secret life of Tresham…

Posted on 8th June 2017, by Nature Editor . 1 Comment

Who knows what goes on in Tresham after dark! https://www.dropbox.com/s/5xo83itbwhl1zwe/IMAG0158.AVI?dl=0 (video courtesy of Christian).

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Hedgehogs and Badgers

Posted on 8th June 2016, by Nature Editor . Comments Off on Hedgehogs and Badgers

Several people in the village put food out for hedgehogs and – until recently – hedgehogs have been frequent visitors to people’s gardens. However a couple of people have reported […]

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A Passion for Moss

Posted on 26th March 2014, by Nature Editor . Comments Off on A Passion for Moss

My friends all think I’m crazy, but I’m absolutely mad about moss. “What”, I hear you say, “that pesky weed that makes my lawn look such a mess at this […]

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Nature Notes

Posted on 23rd March 2014, by Richard Goodenough . Comments Off on Nature Notes

Claire Halpin has made a great suggestion that it might be worthwhile having a page where people can report sightings of birds, flowers etc, or just write a short piece about […]

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