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Wet bank holiday ahead? Best make a life raft...
The May Bank Holiday is on the horizon. That can only mean one thing – awful British weather! When I booked my cycling-camping adventure several weeks ago the weather forecast wasn’t predicting frost and flooding. You know how it is - a five minute burst of sun in March and you've...
4 May 2012
Royal Tribute with help of a Royal(SPB) bucket
Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (aka Will and Kate) who are celebrating their first wedding anniversary today. Since we have the word “Royal” in our name then it is only fitting that the RSPB pays tribute to the happy occasion. What better than offering them a special...
29 Apr 2012
Tigers, monkeys and bumblebees...
Love Nature Week is on the horizon - the fundraising event is only one month away! Volunteers could find themselves as a tiger, monkey or even a bumblebee... Yesterday morning an exciting package arrived at the RSPB’s Midlands office in Banbury. It contained two furry new costumes – a...
27 Apr 2012
Make your own Easter Egg
In honour of the RSPB’s Big Yellow Fundraising Buckets, I’m writing a list of 101 Things to Do with a Bucket and I want your suggestions. Share them by posting a comment or Twittter #101buckets . Tweet me directly @RSPBMidlands Following on from the DIY super-sized Bird Feeder . Here’s...
8 Apr 2012
How to make a super-sized fat feeder
101 Things to Do with a Bucket: How to make a super-sized fat feeder It wouldn’t be a British bank holiday without a good bit of British weather – showers, low temperatures, cloud, more showers, ooh – 5 minutes of sunshine, then drizzle, and perhaps a bit of heavy rain. So rather...
5 Apr 2012
Putting the fun in fundraising with RSPB groups!
The RSPB is not rich and we depend on the generosity of members of the public for financial support – and the funds raised by local groups are vital. Over the last 30 years, they have raised over £5m for conservation. Many of them have well-established ways to raise funds: coffee mornings...
14 Sep 2011
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