Fish lollies are a n-ice treat for otters

Stroud News and Journal:

8:00am Saturday 2nd August 2014

THE otters are keeping their cool at WWT Slimbridge with the help of some special fish lollies.

'Wild trips' scoop award for school

11:00am Sunday 14th April 2013

CHALFORD Hill Primary School has become the first school in England to be awarded the Pembrokeshire Outdoor Schools Award for its work with Year 1 pupils over the past six months.

Eco firm boosts links with charity

10:00am Sunday 14th April 2013

GREEN energy company Ecotricity has deepened its links with wildlife charity the RSPB.

New green energy firm holds share offer

12:00pm Friday 8th February 2013

A NEW Stroud-based green electricity company is promising to reinvest a share of its profits in renewable energy, biodynamic, organic and sustainable food projects.

Wild love and toad patrols - Green Scene column

11:00am Friday 8th February 2013

A huge thank you to everyone who responded to my plea for more toad patrollers in the Stroud Valleys in last month's column.

Charity launches appeal to save much loved apple orchard

9:00am Friday 8th February 2013

A STROUD-based charity is seeking volunteers to help save a much-loved roadside orchard which offers walkers and cyclists the chance to 'scrump' rare Gloucestershire apples and pears.

'Help hedgehogs as they hibernate' - Green Scene column

10:06am Wednesday 6th February 2013

THE end of the busy fundraising season has given us a breather so that we can concentrate on caring for the 140 plus hedgehogs until they are ready for release in the spring.

Plans revealed for groundbreaking green eco-village in the Five Valleys

1:27pm Thursday 26th July 2012

AN ENVIRONMENTALLY oriented group of residents is hoping to build a groundbreaking green village in the district using locally sourced natural materials.

Pilot project underway to conserve meadows and grasslands

4:07pm Tuesday 3rd July 2012

A PROJECT to conserve wildflower-rich meadows and grasslands is being piloted in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Driving instructors launch green seminars to help motorists cut emissions

Stroud News and Journal: Driving instructors launch green seminars to help motorists cut emissions

3:47pm Tuesday 3rd July 2012

AS a conscious environmentalist and lifelong member of Greenpeace, driving instructor Jamie Brind always found it difficult to reconcile his profession with his green beliefs.

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