Lost Ways – Historic Evidence — Public Rights of Way Explorer

80% of the available time has already passed to record historic routes which are missing or under recorded on the definitive map. Routes that are not correctly recorded by the 1st January 2026 will be extinguished forever. Lost Ways – Historic Evidence — Public Rights of Way Explorer

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As Snug as Three Bugs in a Tree Peony Seedhead — Bee in the Moment

The photo above proves the importance of being careful when tidying gardens so hiding insects don’t become injured. It’s best to leave cutting down perennials until spring if you can; not only do insects, like these Seven-spot ladybirds (Coccinella septempunctata), shelter amongst them but they provide food for birds too. As Snug as Three Bugs inContinue reading “As Snug as Three Bugs in a Tree Peony Seedhead — Bee in the Moment”

A walk to Robin Hood’s Grave

This is actually a reblog from a year or two ago, as the pictures seem to have vanished from the earlier version. Since we first discovered the area, we often walk up from the village of Orton, in Westmorland, to visit Robin Hood’s Grave. It’s of particular interest to me because I have a greatContinue reading “A walk to Robin Hood’s Grave”

The pictures you’ll never be shown at Stonehenge. — The Heritage Journal

These pictures are unlike anything you’ll see English Heritage, Historic England, or The National Trust publishing at Stonehenge and they aren’t like anything Highways England will be featuring in their forthcoming propaganda video. They show work near the HS2 South Portal approaching the Chiltern tunnel. Why is that reality being shared and the Stonehenge one […]Continue reading “The pictures you’ll never be shown at Stonehenge. — The Heritage Journal”

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