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17th February 2016

Green Infrastructure Guidelines updated

Through it's work in maintaining green spaces for community benefit, the Land Trust aims to contribute towards raising awareness of the importance and value of green infrastructure and the social, environmental and economic benefits it brings.

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A picture of the Pleasley Pit mining museum winding engine.

Appeal for volunteers at Pleasley Pit Trust Café

Volunteers at the Pleasley Pit Trust’s industrial heritage project are appealing for people to help at its café.

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15th February 2016

February Fun at the Land Trust’s sites

Willow weaving, wildlife watch, bird box making, child cycle classes and a luminous lantern festival – just some of the events taking place across the Land Trust’s parks and green spaces this half term.

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Goddess of the North Land Sculpture

11th February 2016

SkyRide to visit Northumberlandia

Northumberlandia will be one of the locations cyclists on this weekend’s SkyRide will visit.

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2nd February 2016

Green Angel takes off

Shimeirra makes plans to launch her own gardening and landscape business, as a result of taking part in the Land Trust's Green Angel's training programme.

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It is a privilege to work for an organisation that puts communities at the heart of its work. The knowledge that I am helping to provide a better environment, especially in areas where open green space is in short supply, is what motivates and inspires me.

Victoria Webbon, Estates Officer

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