Monthly Archives: December 2018

Last photos of 2018

It’s been another busy and exciting year in 2018. There always seems to be something to new to discover or learn about. I had a weeks work experience at The Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, saw glow worms for the … Continue reading

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Hazel Hill Wood

Recently I had the chance to visit the magical Hazel Hill Wood Hazel Hill wood, near Salisbury, is a 70 acre ancient woodland plus wildflower meadow. The setting is completely off the grid with¬†electricity from photo-voltaic systems, compost toilets, running … Continue reading

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Lost Words evening for Sobell House

Seems like ages since I’ve written a blog. With a GCSE Graphic Art project due in this week and January mock exams fast approaching I don’t seem to have much time. A couple of weeks ago I went to an … Continue reading

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