Month: January 2019
Birds in Burial Grounds Part 2: How to improve burial grounds for birds25th January 2019
Guest blog by John Arnfield – Chair, Shropshire Ornithological Society If you have a list of birds seen in your burial ground we would love to hear from you – contact email@example.com or pop to our ‘Share your records’ page.
Birds in Burial Grounds Part 125th January 2019
Guest blog by John Arnfield, Chair of Shropshire Ornithological Society If you have a list of birds seen in your burial ground we would love to hear from you – contact firstname.lastname@example.org or pop to our ‘Share your records’ page.
Pushing up the Daisies – upcoming lectures on churchyard wildlife11th January 2019
Naturalist Steve Woodward is giving three lectures under the title of ‘Pushing up the Daisies’ over the next three months. All are to be held in the Leicestershire area. Steve is a superb botanist and all round naturalist. He has achieved a remarkable level of recording for churchyards in Leicestershire and Rutland. With such a […]
Finding the plot with Shropshire Archives – a guest post by Marie Kreft8th January 2019
When I began researching my Shropshire guidebook, I didn’t realise how much I’d grow to love churches. Trying new pubs and tea rooms was always going to be fun. I knew exploring hillforts, castles and forests would feel exhilarating. And I think most writers would find inspiration in old maps and local stories. It was […]