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April 2021

As Prince once sang, “Sometimes it Snows in April”, and indeed it has this year with some chilly winds from the East blowing through at the moment. The white blossom on the hawthorn is looking particularly…

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January 2021

Happy New Year to you all! Despite a difficult past year, now is the time for some thoughtful optimism and renewed intent for care and kindness for each other to permeate through our lives going… 

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March 2021

Well, it’s all gone a bit cold and Spring is shivering its way slowly to the surface, but the shoots are there to give us all hope. Good to see finally we have a roadmap out of restrictions so hopefully we’ll be able to…

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badger scratches on tree

November 2020

We’re now enjoying the first few frosts and the air has a definite nip in the mornings as the sun disappears from the sky. The blackberries and elderberries were bounteous in the hedgerows this past…

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Coppiced hazel tree at Chesterblade Hills

September 2020

As Summer departs and September arrives with its autumnal hues, we can reflect back on a strange Summer that has brought both challenges and opportunities. We haven’t met anyone who…

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February 2021

Following the snow of recent weeks, Spring is in the air and is slowly feeling its way up through the soil. The approach of Spring is always our favourite time of year…a time of renewal… 

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Purple Bellflower at Chesterblade Hills

October 2020

Now the Autumn Equinox has occurred, there’s a new freshness to the air following some beautiful September sun that gave us a fabulous final blast of Summer. Whilst writing this, rain is falling …

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Chesterblade Hills