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St Ives fungus walk

St Ives fungus walk

| November 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Thanks to Kath Gabbitas of Friends of St Ives for sending in these piccies of their recent fungi walk. Find out more at www.friendsofstives.org.uk

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Rodley Reserve bird walk

Rodley Reserve bird walk

| October 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

RSPB Airedale & Bradford started the new season of walks at Rodley Nature Reserve on 14th September, with guides Peter and Barbara Murphy. A small group of us made the walk, which was on a cool sunny day, perfect for spotting birds. The Rodley Nature Reserve site was previously a sewage works and is now […]

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A walk in the moonlight

A walk in the moonlight

| June 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Cancer Support Bradford & Airedale has supported local people affected by cancer for the last 25 years. We want to make sure we are around for the next 25 to support everyone who needs us. You could do something special and meaningful to make a lasting difference to people affected by cancer. It may, one […]

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Birding in Lindley Wood

Birding in Lindley Wood

| June 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Carol Barrett For our outdoor meeting on Sunday 7th April we decided to go a little further afield to benefit from the expertise of our guide, Peter Riley. Twenty-one enthusiastic birders met Peter and Ann Riley by Lindley Wood Reservoir at 10am on a cold but still, sunny morning. Peter has a wealth of […]

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Birdwatching at Leeming Reservoir

Birdwatching at Leeming Reservoir

| March 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

In the second of an occasional series of articles, Carol Barrett describes a birdwatching walk undertaken by the local RSPB group in the Bingley area. By Carol Barrett (photo by Paul Barrett).

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Walk: Goit Stock wood and waterfall

Walk: Goit Stock wood and waterfall

| November 27, 2012 | 1 Comment

Once a thriving tourist resort complete with menagerie, dance hall and café, the beauty spot of Goit Stock in Harden is now considered by many to be a well-kept local secret.

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