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Have you ever had that experience when you get up really early in the morning, it’s still dark and no-one else is awake? For a short time, while the sky is magical with wispy waves of star glitter, you could be the only person on the planet. I used to get this feeling when I was younger and I had...
3 Dec 2012
As i pulled into the quayside there was a strong coastal smell. Rich, salty seaweed, damp wood from the pier, and pungent shellfish remains from the cockle van parked up at a jaunty angle. The enigmatic herring gull soundtrack was faint on this particular morning, but it was there none the less. This...
19 Nov 2012
Where have all the bugs gone?
Blogger: Aggie Rothon, Communications Officer It’s suddenly gone cold hasn’t it? It only seems like yesterday that we were rushing outside in shorts and t-shirts but now the mornings have that smoky grey autumnal quality and the evenings have a bite to them. I rather like it, being fond...
1 Oct 2012
Poetry in Motion - Breaking News!
The RSPB and The Rialto are thrilled to announced today the winner of their first ever poetry competition as Pat Winslow with her poem entitled, 'East Sabino Sunrise Circle – the visit'. The entries came in from all over the world, astounding the RSPB and The Rialto in their quest to...
1 Oct 2012
Gillyflowers, CAP and Coleridge
‘Hot July brings cooling showers, apricots and gillyflowers.’ said Sara Coleridge, daughter to the famous Samuel. I’m not sure what gillyflowers are (I’ll google them later) but I’m sure we are all well versed in cooling showers. For those of us who love to Step Up...
5 Jul 2012
Our Bikers Breakfast by The GREEN TEAM
Blogger: Jane Warren, Green Team Representative I have a lot of affection for my first bike. It was red, my brother’s was identical, but blue. We spent long summer days cycling round the Norfolk countryside, or so I remember. Come adolescence, the bike got parked in the shed. It wasn’t...
21 Jun 2012
They don't call us the Royal Society for nothing
Blogger: Adam Murray, Communications Officer I was in two minds about blogging something for the jubilee weekend because if your family is anything like mine you have staunch republicans (like my Dad) and then memories of my granddad standing and saluting at the Queen and the national anthem. Then...
1 Jun 2012
Sign up for Love Nature Week here ...
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
A Falling Star
Blogger: Kate Blincoe, Communications Manager The number crunching has been done and the eagerly awaited results have been announced. The nation wants to know what it means to them. No, not the budget! I mean the annual stock take of our birds; the results of Big Garden Birdwatch 2012 are just out...
2 Apr 2012
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