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What’s an AONB?

“Most people don’t know what an AONB is – but it’s exactly what it says, it’s an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.” The important word is ‘beauty’, of the outstanding and natural type. Graeme Proud is the Ranger/Volunteer Co-ordinator for … Continue reading

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At its highest point on the shore, the turning tide writes a description of the day. Tidelines are historical records: of the lives of plants and animals, and of their deaths; of weather – storms and floods – local and … Continue reading

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