Destruction of a habitat

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COP 28 and the Tufa Field

While the machinations of our leaders at COP 28 might seem remote, all our efforts are needed at all levels to save ourselves and our children’s children.

Garden birds in Autumn

September is a strange month for birds that visit our gardens and the Tufa Field . Blackbirds, Robins, Sparrows, Dunnock and so on are amongst the common small birds that moult their flight feathers now. This means that their flying… Continue Reading →

To our Childrens’ Childrens’ Children

The decisions we make today; the way we order our lives; the issues we avoid and put off; these don’t just affect us and the immediate future, but those who come when we have gone. Here’s a thinking problem. What… Continue Reading →

Sorry seems to be the easiest word

The crass killing of Slow Worms and an unknown number of amphibians and small mammals in the Tufa Field last month has rightly led to local and national outrage and a police investigation. No doubt at some time, the hapless… Continue Reading →

“And they’re all made out of ticky-tacky”

“And they all look just the same”.  * Great cities are defined as much by the architecture of their housing  as they are by the people who live there. For the City of Bath, it’s period of great architecture has… Continue Reading →

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