Get active with these new Naturehood ‘how to’ guides, whatever is happening outside
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We are living through a profoundly weird time.  It is hard to plan even into the next week, let alone … Read More

Sundial spotlight: the Grey Heron
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[Reposted from Osney Lock Hydro’s website] Osney Lock Hydro has commissioned a mosaic in celebration of our centuries old relationship … Read More

LCWO Chair wins poetry prize
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Congratulations to our long-time Chair and coordinating committee member Helen Reid who won second prize in the Chapbook Contest 2020 … Read More

National housebuilder has joined forces with the British Hedgehog Preservation Society
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Great news from LCWO partner Hugh Warwick of HedgeOx, as Bovis Homes, a national housebuilder, has joined forces with the … Read More

Beat the waste this winter: make your own crackers and get busy for the birds!
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As we mentioned in an earlier post, we got a shock when we discovered our photo of a small plastic … Read More

3 things you can do for local wildlife this weekend
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Our friends at Earthwatch’s Naturehood project (currently running in the Florence Park and Marston parts of the city) have identified … Read More

West Oxford Tree Planting update – plant trees on November 24th!
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Thanks to the 30+ people who came along to the tree planting planning meeting, following our ACT Now workshop, on … Read More

Florence Park Tree Trail flies off the shelves!
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This spring, I received funding from Oxford City Council through its Green Neighbourhood Grant scheme to design and print a … Read More

Kingfisher Corner update – brambles cut back, management plan and relaunch!
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Last October, LCWO commissioned an ecological survey of Kingfisher Corner, to get an up-to-date picture of the state of the … Read More

Notes from the Tumbling Bay Fish Pass meeting 15 November at WOCC
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For those of you who are interested but couldn’t make the meeting last Thursday, here are some handy notes taken … Read More

Quick autumn lantern ‘how to’ for kids big and small
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As the light fades, and the evenings become dark, it’s perfect candle-burning time. A friend has organised a winter lantern … Read More

Tumbling Bay fish pass consultation
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For those who plan to head to the Tumbling Bay fish pass meeting this Thursday, and indeed, those who cannot … Read More

One minute bird feeder
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Brr, it’s cold.  As the ‘Beast from the East’ sweeps in, here’s a quick way to make a tasty treat … Read More