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Monthly Archives: February 2020
Another wildlife-rich grassland planted with trees
Following last week’s post about tree planting on a very species-rich grassland in Cumbria, organised by the Woodland Trust, I’ve been contacted with another story of a similar nature, in Cheshire. This time it’s a piece of lowland acid grassland … Continue reading
Posted in grasslands, semi-natural, tree planting, Woodland Trust Tagged Grassland, Semi-Natural, tree planting, Woodland Trust 15 Comments
Chronicle of a Grassland Saved
For those of us of a certain age, The Milky Bar Kid was part of our childhood. A boy, dressed as a cowboy, implored us to eat white chocolate – which was not particularly popular back then. By coincidence one … Continue reading
Is it racist to say Prince Albert was German?
Amid the fallout arising from the BBC’s decision to show some humorous clips from Horrible Histories on Brexit Day, I was called a racist. The clips included a song “British Things” about things the British thought (and still think) are … Continue reading
Posted in Andrew Neil, Brexit, Britishness Tagged Andrew Neil, British, British Things, Britishness, Horrible Histories, James Glancy 5 Comments