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  • 30 Jun 2014

    Have a Field day

    Have a Field Day (definition): To experience freedom from one’s usual work schedule; to have a very enjoyable time. Have A Field Day is Fields in Trust’s way to help you, your family and your community have fun in the fresh air on your local outdoor sites. We’ve got over 80 years experience of protecting outdoor spaces for you to enjoy. And we help you have a great way of enjoying them with Have a Field Day. […] more

  • 24 Jun 2014

    Barefooting for beginners

    Maybe you’re new to the concept and would like to try it now and then or perhaps you’re giving some serious to binning your beloved Doc Martens for good. Barefoot living doesn’t have to be an all or nothing approach, with research suggesting that any time at all spent barefoot outdoors has immediate and lasting health benefits whether you do it for 5 minutes here and there or on a full time basis. […] more

  • 24 Jun 2014

    Perfect spot for a family holiday

    Nestled in the breathtaking New Forest National Park, Sandy Balls Holiday Village is the perfect getaway for families looking to enjoy a relaxing break in the beautiful forest or an action packed adventure. Picture perfect memories waiting to be discovered at Sandy Balls Holiday Village. […] more

  • 16 Jun 2014

    What you can do during Recycle Week

    Watching a program on the resourcefulness of people in Rio’s favelas a few nights ago served as a reminder of how wasteful we are in the UK. Many people here rarely give a thought to where their rubbish ends up. We put our rubbish out for the bin-men and it’s out of sight, out of mind. In Rio’s favelas, people collect rubbish, sort it and sell it, making a profit from waste recycling. When I visited India, I witnessed the same level of resourcefulness when it came to what some might describe as rubbish. […] more

  • 7 Jun 2014

    Bringing people together through conservation and art

    ONCA is short for One Network for Conservation and the Arts. This environmental arts charity is based in the South East of England and runs exhibitions, workshops and performances from their gallery in Brighton. The Green MP Caroline Lucas describes ONCA as “a wonderfully creative space for exploration and reflection”. The aim of ONCA is to raise awareness of ecology and conservation through the arts, bringing together researchers, artists, scientists, educators and the public at their gallery. […] more

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