Articles Tagged with the word ‘Countryside’
23 Nov 2009
RELIC, which stands for Replanting Elms in the Countryside, was recently set up by Pershore College, in Worcestershire, and the Kemerton Conservation Trust.
10 Jun 2009
In the Welsh countryside, eight local charities and organisations gathered at Grandma's Garden, near Machynlleth, to attend a presentation. Positive News were one of the lucky recipients.
14 Apr 2009
Maggie and Andrew Alexander are pleased to announce the launch of the pilot programme of the Global Citizenship Project and are asking for people to help make it a reality.
31 Mar 2009
This year the World's Premier Electric Bike Rally, set in fabulouscountryside of the Welsh Marches, will go ahead on the weekend 9th,10th of May.
31 Mar 2009
Gardeners Urged to Support Britain's Coppiced Woodlands
Dates Announced for National Beanpole Week 2009: 25 April-3 May
30 Jun 2008
This summer sees the return of Harvestival, a series of outdoorexperiences taking a taste of the countryside to people across the UK.
19 Mar 2008
The Year of Food and Farming is helping children find out more aboutthe countryside and where their food comes from through first-handlearning experiences!
07 Jun 2006
When organic farmer Nick Rebbeck became aware of children's lack of contact with the food chain, he worked to set up a project that would teach children about food and farming.
09 Mar 2006
Shropshire is a county with a rich history and an abundance of natural beauty. It has been the subject of many literary works and its mix of rural countryside and bustling towns make it an idyllic and yet exciting area.
30 Jun 2003
An archaeological gem' was recently saved from a ploughing fate when the Countryside Restoration Trust stepped in to buy it in the nick of time.
30 Jun 2002
Art in Action is back. Like many events in the British countryside, it was not held in 2001 because of local foot-and-mouth outbreaks. Now, with the area declared totally clear, the 25th Art in Action will be held at Waterperry Gardens, nr Wheatley, just a few miles south of Oxford, from Thursday to Sunday, 18-21 July 2002 inclusive from...