Category Archives: Lucy Cooper

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In a few weeks time The Grasslands Trust will be launching its membership scheme. This is a bold move for us and one that we have grappled with over the years given the increasing number of other membership based conservation … Continue reading

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Stop the Slop

This Christmas my mother unfortunately spent a few days in hospital. Whilst I absolute applaud the doctors and nurses who looked after her and got her better, I was absolutely appalled by the quality of food she was expected to … Continue reading

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Weald Meadows Initiative

Since losing the opportunity to purchase Bury Farm in Herefordshire The Grasslands Trust is now in a position to bring forward the development of several other new and exciting projects. One of these is the Weald Meadows Initiative.    This … Continue reading

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City Blooms

Lucy Cooper I have thoroughly enjoyed Sarah Raven’s Butterflies, Bees and Blooms BBC Two Wednesday nights. Even more so I’ve been thrilled by the number of people contacting us wanting advice – 55 in the last few days alone! Luckily, … Continue reading

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