Why is it that every thread ends up in a argument. We all have different views,thank God ( other deities are available) Lighten up
this is quite interesting. It's a long time since I was at school, but I do remember with great fondness one teacher who did, (probably unofficially) teach us about the countryside and all that went on in it. It should be part of the school curriculum, because It is something that affects us all, and understanding how to respect our surroundings is more important now than it ever was.Night in national park 'for every schoolchild'
"Every schoolchild in England should get the opportunity to "spend a night under the stars" in an idyllic landscape, an independent review has suggested."
extra extra...grass is green. LOL.
OK, so the real gist isn't about kids, but about raising interest and engagement with Britain's national parks and the environment at large.
I vaguely remember reading somewhere (possibly on this very forum) a few years ago that more people are killed by domestic cattle than any other animal.This one is quite sad and tragic.
A little reminder that a normally friendly and docile animal is unpredictable.
I personally never stepped into a paddock with any animal inside.
Fear big animals.
The thing is I’ve lived near the coast for over 30 years now and the coast
In the news today, it happened only a few miles away from where I live. I don’t know any locals who are happy crossing cattle fields, and I know a few who’ve had to fling themselves and dogs over barbed wire fences.I vaguely remember reading somewhere (possibly on this very forum) a few years ago that more people are killed by domestic cattle than any other animal.
Very sad.In the news today, it happened only a few miles away from where I live. I don’t know any locals who are happy crossing cattle fields, and I know a few who’ve had to fling themselves and dogs over barbed wire fences.
Beside the point, but pretty shoddy neither ITV or the BBC could spell “berserk” and wrote “beserk” instead.
When did ground up fish waste go from useful organic fertiliser to just being thrown into landfill?Genius sustainable plastic idea using fish waste wins UK Dyson Award for Sussex graduate
From ground up plastic in fish to ground up fish in plastic!