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If you are are thinking about how to reduce the environmental impacts of your place of worship you might be interested to hear about...
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Sara Crofts
Hello everyone You might like to know that HLF has published some new good practice guidance on building environment and performance. Building environment refers...
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Sara Crofts
Yesterday we hosted a lively live chat about environmental sustainability and what it means for the heritage sector. We were joined by a panel...
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Amy Freeborn
Hello again! Please find a small collection of images from our project in Chatham, Medway.Uk. Non of these pictures can fully describe the emotions...
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Dolores Victori...
Communicate is the UKs conference for environmental communicators.For those working for landscape partnerships and in local authorities seeking to influence discussions on value and...
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Sarah Jackson
Hi There! We are delighted to invite you to be part of our Landscape Partnership Scheme celebrations, as we look back at the highlights...
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Jim Bradley
Hi - are any Landscape Partnerships out there also Nature Improvement Areas? We (Land of Oak & Iron) will be considering it in January...
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Karen Daglish
Hello, I am looking at replanting some trees that were sadly vandalised beyond repair by being snapped near the base. I am planning to...
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Katherine Knox
Hello, The South Cumbria Species Restoration Project is a six-year, multi-partner project that aspires to deliver a project of national significance with high local...
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James Hodge
At Adnams and via the Fit for the Future network, one of the most frequent questions I'm asked is about the business case for...
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Richard Carter
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