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Blogger: Adam Murray, Communications Officer Nature is amazing - help us keep it that way. And what better way than helping us collect money for our conservation work . We’ll be collecting in shops and supermarkets in the East of England from 26 May to 3 June in your local patch for Love...
11 May 2012
101 things to do with a bucket
Blogger: Gena Correale-Wardle A little while ago we asked our Twitter followers for some ideas of things you could do with a bucket. Some very good and strange answers came back – bury it and make it into a stag beetle home; use it as a coal scuttle and even have it as a makeshift toilet! The...
1 May 2012
Eat food – save nature!
Blogger - Gena Correale-Wardle, Community Fundraising Officer Here in the RSPB office we love our food. Cake is a regular fixture during the week and lunchtimes come with a melee of delicious smells emanating from the kitchen as people reheat their leftover dinners. There are a lot of fine bakers...
10 Jan 2012
My So-Called Community Fundraising Life
Blogger: Gena Correale Wardle, Community Fundraising Officer Being a Community Fundraiser is a varied life. When I tell people I am a ‘fundraiser’ they either think I do door-to-door fundraising with a clip board and a puppy-dog look in my eye, or that I sit behind a desk writing grant...
6 Dec 2011
Europe and what it can do for us
Blogger: Sarah Green, Project Coordinator - Natura People Partnership Project You may remember a blog post from a few weeks ago about a project called Natura People. Well, today I’d like to tell you a little more about what we’re doing. Last time I mentioned the partners and the different...
25 Oct 2011
Blogger: Sarah Green, Project Coordinator - Natura People Partnership Project One of the wonderful things about wildlife is that it doesn’t recognise geographical borders. What do I mean by that? Well, a badger, a butterfly, a hedgehog, a fox, an otter doesn’t care what county it’s...
18 Oct 2011
What a load of rubbish
Blogger: Jenny Julian, Regional Development Officer Did you know that homes in Norfolk throw away enough waste every year to cover the Carrow Road football pitch to a depth of 25m? Equivalent in height to two and a half double decker buses! Did you know that the UK buries more than 18 tonnes of...
5 Oct 2011
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