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Get closer to nature this winter, with Peter Rabbit™ and the National Trust

It’s been a tough year for everyone, but there’s plenty for families to enjoy this Christmas – with the National Trust and Peter Rabbit™. Read on to find out more about the activities you can explore – from your own home, and in Polesden Lacey’s beautiful gardens. Peter Rabbit™ winter …

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What will you see in the Big Garden Birdwatch?

World’s largest garden wildlife survey returns, 29-31 January 2021 Over its four decades, Big Garden Birdwatch has highlighted the winners and losers in the garden bird world. In 2020, nearly half a million people took part, counting almost eight million birds over a three-day period. For many people, garden birds …

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Beautiful steel windows, doors and screens from the Clement Windows Group

Beautiful steel windows, doors and screens from the Clement Windows Group Clement Windows Group are at the forefront of steel windows manufacturing, producing an innovative range of steel windows, doors, screens and rooflights for both private residences and commercial projects. Clement specialise in windows for refurbishment projects, particularly period or …

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Weekend Walk: Hidden Hindhead Walking Trail (3.1 miles)

A well sign-posted but not too demanding a walk for all the family taking in both Gibbet Hill and The Temple of the Four Winds, each with superb views – on a clear day you’ll glimpse the London skyline. Make your way to the eastern side of the Devil’s Punch …

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The Surrey Cook Book – recipes from local friends!

The Surrey Cook Book is the latest addition to Meze Publishing’s ‘Get Stuck In’ series of regional cook books, this time taking us South East through the enticing culinary landscape of Surrey. The journey unfolds through the beautiful Surrey Hills, an area renowned for its farming community and array of …

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Red Dead Redemption 2: how I found peace and tranquillity with a video game during COVID-19

Joshua Merricks, a local A level student, writes about how he was incredibly moved by an awe-striking video game he played over the lockdown period Having grown up in the countryside in the Farnham area, I feel as if I have a significantly greater appreciation for nature and the world …

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I’m Sorry I’m Laughing Too Much – a tribute to the greatest radio comedy of all time

Stefan Reynolds pays tribute to the newly crowned greatest radio comedy of all time Lockdown has been a great period for the radio. Who can fail to have been helped along with cheerful music, a decent play or some wonderful comedy? It was such a great shock when the magnificent …

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Learn how to help robins this year with the RSPB

Robins are with us throughout the year but many people only begin to really notice them around Christmas time. The robin’s association with the festive season is believed to have begun when scarlet-jacketed postmen were delivering Christmas cards, and the similarly-coloured robin redbreast soon became linked to this tradition. Their …

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Brooklands Museum chosen as location for Netflix’s The Crown Season 4

The Brooklands Museum’s Concorde will feature in two episodes from the fourth season of the critically-acclaimed Netflix series, The Crown, due to be aired in January 2021. Filming completed earlier this year in March, and took place on board, and outside the Brooklands Concorde, recreating Princess Diana’s first official trip …

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