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I was hugely excited to be speaking as an inspirational speaker at the Wire (women in rural enterprise) national conference yesterday at Harper Adams University in Shropshire. For those who may not...

Last week I had a great experience as I was invited to join BBC Radio Wiltshire for two different interviews during English Tourism Week. For the first I traveled to the...

Our fabulous new rural walking holiday for spring 2013, A Bluebell Trail, has certainly been hitting the headlines recently! A week or so ago, the travel editor of the Mail...

Did you watch BBC Countryfile last night? It was a special episode to celebrate the program's 25th anniversary and was guest edited by Prince Charles. It's available to those anywhere...

I was out walking in the woods at the weekend when I heard a really awful shrill cry. Thinking it may have been an injured bird I went to walk...

Last Sunday arrived clear and bright.The sun was out. The day just had the sense of promise about it. Certainly one of the best days we've had for a while. I was back...

How wonderful it is to see the Snowdrops. They carry such a sense of hope in their tiny flowers. And in church yards, hedgerows and English gardens up and down...

On the news bulletins today is a report initiated by the Hadrians Wall Trust into problems of erosion at the site. This has been caused by huge numbers of people walking...

Many of us have always believed it. That being in nature is good for the soul. Now it would seem some studies have been done which indicate the same. Research studies show...