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Tag Archives: Nightingales
Lodge Hill Saved
There was some very unusual good news late last week as Homes England announced that it was no longer pushing for housing development on the protected areas of Lodge Hill – the former military training ground (and munitions works) on … Continue reading
Posted in Lodge Hill, Michael Gove, Natural England, Nightingales, SSSis Tagged Defra, Lodge Hill, Michael Gove, Natural England, Nightingales 6 Comments
Medway Council love birds, as long as they are not Nightingales
As Nightingales return to England, the Brexit juggernaut lumbers on, crushing all dissent as it goes. But the resulting mulch is full of contradiction and confusion. Take our current commitments to protecting Birds for example. Until 2019 (and perhaps for … Continue reading
Badgers eat Nightingales, according to Dorset MP Richard Drax.
Badgers and their culling found its way back on to the agenda at Westminster yesterday, where a Westminster Hall Debate took place, thanks to the petition led by Simon King (no relation.) You can read the debate here and there … Continue reading
Posted in badgers, Brexit, Nightingales, Richard Drax Tagged Badger debate, badgers, Brexit, Nightingales, Richard Drax 7 Comments
Turning point for Lodge Hill? Land Securities walks away, bird conservationist leads Medway Council
Quiz of the week: what connects The collapse of the Northern Ireland Assembly, John Keats and The Large Gold Case-bearer? The answer lies in these pictures. Yes, it’s Lodge Hill on the … Continue reading
Posted in Lodge Hill Tagged Alan Jarrett, BASC, Dyer's greenweed, Land Securities, Lodge Hill, Medway Council, Nightingales 5 Comments