One of the things I like best about working with community campaign groups is the chance it gives me to indulge my secret love of fancy dress.
Purple emperor is one of the UK's most beautiful and elusive butterflies. If you are lucky you might get a glimpse in central and southern England.
We were delighted to welcome local residents (and a few from further afield) to our first ever Langley Vale Wood Open Day on Saturday 28 June.
Welcome to the first issue of our Langley Vale Wood blog. We will be using this to keep you informed and invite your views on our First World War Centenary project at Langley Vale Wood.
Hazel dormice may spend up to three quarters of their life asleep, but in July their babies come into the world.
Almost 1000 properties were affected by flooding from rivers across Kent earlier this year. However, against this backdrop there were small glimmers of hope.
Along with climate change and habitat destruction, non-native species are one of the biggest global threats to biodiversity.
There are 18 species of bat in Britain. However, they are seriously under threat and are classed as European Protected Species.
Honeysuckle has one of the sweetest and best-loved scents of all woodland plants. It is also a valuable resource for wildlife, providing food and shelter for many species.
As the Trust’s Planning Advisor, I skipped straight to Part 3 the ‘Planning and Land’ chapter of the new Infrastructure Bill.
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