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Reminder drop in session about Wightman/ Alroy ***TONIGHT***

Hi All I know it has been mentioned a few times on here but just wanted to flag that tonight (Wed 18 July) is a drop in session to talk to…

Started by Liz

1 2 hours ago
Reply by maggie

Why more trees and greenery may help us to live healthier into old age

It feels like common sense to plant trees, grow plants and flowers and centre green spaces in neighbourhood planning. The pay offs for ment…

Started by Liz

0 Jul 12

Idea for new safe cycle path through St Anns

With the latest news about The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khans purchase of the St Anns site I was wondering if this would be the perfect oppor…

Started by Nigel

22 May 25
Reply by hhnrau

Could this model replace local newspapers?

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/07/technology/funding-local-news-charge-people-money.html A Crazy Idea for Funding Local News: Charge Peo…

Started by Bear Funny Comedy

0 Feb 9

How a few minutes with Nature can boost your happiness

Even the most PollyAnnaish of us (yeah, me) can find the grey days and cold of November a drain on our well-being. However, research from F…

Started by Liz

3 Nov 10, 2017
Reply by Roslyn Byfield

How much of your area is built on?

Interesting graphic to play with on the BBC website http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41901294 A few of things thing that struck me looking at…

Started by Michael Anderson

7 Nov 9, 2017
Reply by Michael Anderson

How to spend 15 minutes making a bumblebee pot

In autumn and early winter, queen bumblebees look for a warm, dry home - often using old vole or shrew holes. These instructions for making…

Started by Liz

1 Nov 9, 2017
Reply by NickM

Not that I would encourage anyone to act in this way of course...........


Started by Michael Anderson

6 Aug 5, 2017
Reply by Madeline

The battle for Britain's parks and green spaces (and a picture of Lordship Rec)

Today, Rowan Moore has published a passionate defence of parks in The Observer. The benefits of parks for all residents are surely well kno…

Started by Liz

2 Jul 15, 2017
Reply by Peter Corley

Litter "is associated with depleted civic trust...and lower community pride"

Although this study was carried out in the US, its main findings are likely to reflect how people feel about litter, parks and public space…

Started by Liz

0 Jul 9, 2017



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