Month: January 2019

GUEST BLOG – A DAY ON THE WILD SIDE – GRASS ROOTS CONSERVATION GROUP – BY KEN ORR

What is it that persuades a motley crew of volunteers to leave their comfortable beds early on a cold Sunday morning in January to travel to a site somewhere in the Ulster countryside, and spend time on physical work for no financial gain?  For the … Continue reading GUEST BLOG – A DAY ON THE WILD SIDE – GRASS ROOTS CONSERVATION GROUP – BY KEN ORR

TRAVELLING WITH KIDS: AGRITURISMO: 10 REASONS TO STAY ON AN ITALIAN FARM THIS SUMMER

January seems to be all a-twitter with people planning and booking their summer holidays. Unsurprising really that we should dream of warmer climes and new experiences during the short, cold days of winter! We too love to make holiday plans at the start of a … Continue reading TRAVELLING WITH KIDS: AGRITURISMO: 10 REASONS TO STAY ON AN ITALIAN FARM THIS SUMMER

GUEST BLOG – Q&A WITH DARA MCANULTY – YOUNG NATURALIST, CONSERVATIONIST & WRITER

Firstly, please introduce yourself. Who you are, where you are from and what you do.  My name is Dara McAnulty, I’m a 14-year old naturalist, conservationist and writer from County Down – although I have just moved here from Co Fermanagh! Can you tell me … Continue reading GUEST BLOG – Q&A WITH DARA MCANULTY – YOUNG NATURALIST, CONSERVATIONIST & WRITER