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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 everyone who sent messages of support but wasn’t able to make it on the day. It’s now a lovely space to sit and enjoy the […]

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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 were lovely, and then some planters appeared in the spring drought, and now there are some richly coloured pansies as well. This used to be […]

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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 of days ago.  Today, we found him basking on the stone paving next to the pond but he didn’t want his photo taken and slithered […]

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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 seeing a badger polishing off the hedgehog food in the last few weeks, and on a couple of occasions I have witnessed a badger attacking […]

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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 time of year?!” Well, yes actually. I’ve always been fascinated by the beautiful patchworks of different mosses you get on some stone walls and rocks, […]

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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 some aspect of wildlife that interests them.  If you don’t know much about birds (like me – Ed) it will make our walks in the […]

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