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Five brilliant British beaches

Ruth Styles

7th July, 2011

From wide expanses of golden sand to ultra-clean water and wildlife galore, Britain’s beaches have something for everyone more...
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Titnore vs. Tesco

Jan Goodey

9th April, 2009

One of the country’s longest standing tree-camps is determined to see off Tesco, its planned new hyperstore and allied £3bn development at Titnore Woods, Durrington, near Worthing. more...
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Northern Petroleum eyes Markwells Wood

Sarah Lewis

1st July, 2008

A decision to allow the destruction of an ancient woodland suggests the UK’s environmental policies are crumbling at the first hint of oil, says Sarah Lewis more...
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Sustainable Warmth

Mark Anslow

1st January, 2008

Three years ago, winter was not a good time of year for residents at Hoathly Hill in West Sussex. A community founded in 1972 on the principles of Rudolf Steiner, many of Hoathly Hill’s residents enjoyed the sense of quiet self-sufficiency that living on a smallholding in Sussex’s High Weald gave them. more...

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