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by Heather Lampard 08 Oct, 2017
"How beautifully leaves grow old.

How full of light and colour are their last days."

- John Burroughs
by Heather Lampard 29 Aug, 2017
Welcome to our very first guest blog, written by the talented Liane Tancock - a local artist who uses her pen and paintbrush to explore the wonders of nature.
by Heather Lampard 21 Aug, 2017

This Sunday (20th), I was invited to the launch of Paddle Pickup. Bex, Erin and a dedicated team of women are kayaking 300km from Bristol to London and collecting plastic they find floating in the waterways. You’d be mistaken if you thought this was just a clean-up exercise. This is so much more.

by Heather Lampard 09 Jul, 2017
We didn’t go to the island just to film, the trip was actually a Christmas present from Jim. Puffins have been on my wildlife watch list for quite some time so you can imagine the excitement that ensued when I opened my present that morning! Six months later, puffin season began and I could cash in my present. We bought a tent, packed the world into our little car and off we went to the Pembrokeshire coast. We camped on the mainland, pretty much opposite the island at a place called Westhook Farm. I highly recommend it and not just for the convenient distance. You pitch up right on the coast so every day you can enjoy the sheer beauty of the place (although it was very chilly, even by Jim’s standards). 

Bristol Nature Channel Blog

by Heather Lampard 08 Oct, 2017
"How beautifully leaves grow old.

How full of light and colour are their last days."

- John Burroughs
by Heather Lampard 29 Aug, 2017
Welcome to our very first guest blog, written by the talented Liane Tancock - a local artist who uses her pen and paintbrush to explore the wonders of nature.
by Heather Lampard 21 Aug, 2017

This Sunday (20th), I was invited to the launch of Paddle Pickup. Bex, Erin and a dedicated team of women are kayaking 300km from Bristol to London and collecting plastic they find floating in the waterways. You’d be mistaken if you thought this was just a clean-up exercise. This is so much more.

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