The Land Trust Blog

5th September 2019

BLOG: Kids in the outdoors – the bigger picture

A few months ago, my work took me to observe a forest schools session which was held in a place where I actually grew up. As I watched the children running round to find leaves and flowers, I couldn’t help but wish I’d had more of an opportunity to do this as a child.

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Education Pack

4th September 2019

Land Trust pledges to empower families to spend time outdoors together as national land management charity launches new education pack

The Land Trust is excited to announce the launch of a new education pack, as it pledges to empower more families to spend time outdoors together and get healthier and happier in the process.

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The Land Trust Blog

8th August 2019

BLOG: It’s good to walk

In July the Land Trust team set out on a challenge to walk 15,000 miles in a year. Despite some initial difficulties working out how to use Strava to track our miles (for some of us anyway!) we are off to a great start, with the team covering 700 miles already.

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1st August 2019

Bird is the word at Ashton’s Field

A recent bird survey at Ashton’s Field has found 836 individual birds at the popular walking spot in Walkden.

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Fort Burgoyne

30th July 2019

Artists wanted for exciting project at Fort Burgoyne

The Land Trust and partners are looking for expressions of interest from highly creative artists for an exciting project in Dover.

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It is great to see people using the sites I manage, even if they often don't realise the work involved in keeping them safe and welcoming.

Charles Langtree, Estates Manager

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