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  • Blog Post: The silent voices of Sutton

    Never have so many voices sounded so quiet. It was obvious right from the start; Sutton Fen is a place that isn’t used to people. The low brick buildings of Longmoor farm crouch on the edge of the fen at the bottom of a meandering, high-hedged lane. They look like they are sheltering from something...
  • Blog Post: Perfect partners in a GREAT British Day Out

    Blogger: Adam Murray, Communications Officer What makes the perfect partner? Now do not fret I am not going to get all gushy about how great my wife is, my better half, the wind beneath my wings, the Ying to my Yang. This month on our blog we have been looking at partnerships and it got me thinking...
  • Blog Post: Time to phone a friend

    Blogger: Kate Blincoe, Communications Manager What would be your Mastermind specialist subject? Like a party trick (I can twist my arm round 360 degrees), everyone should have one. I think my specialist subject would have to be Thomas the Tank Engine. I’ve studied his life, friends and various...
  • Blog Post: Together for Trees.

    Blogger - Lili Kumar Together for Trees is the RSPB’s partnership with Tesco. Together, we can use their influence to educate, inspire and help people and business to embrace a more sustainable way of living and working for the future. Tesco has been independently acknowledged by the Carbon...
  • Blog Post: Farming for waders

    Blogger: Dr Rebecca Laidlaw Last year Dr Jen Smart wrote a guest blog for Martin Harper called “Where have all the waders gone and how are we going to get them back?” In that blog, she identified some key things that will be important if our vision of landscapes with thriving wader populations...