Category: Churchyard

Boosting Biodiversity in your churchyard – and beyond!

10am – 1pm Sat 21st September 2019 Holy Trinity Churchyard Frome BA11 3DE A morning of practical advice, workshops, inspiration, coffee and cake, with local experts including: David Curry, Devon Living Churchyards Pippa Rayner, Somerset Wildlife Trust Chris Stringer, Frome Town Council Caroline Pomeroy, EcoChurch Free of charge All welcome! For details contact:

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Creating a buzz in Devon’s Churchyards: Workshop

The Bee Barn, Buckfast Abbey Buckfastleigh, Devon Saturday 15 September 9.30am – 12noon There has been a dramatic decline in bee populations which is the result of multiple factors such as loss of habitat, diseases and parasites, climate change and wider industrial agricultural practices. Churchyards are a haven for all types of bees: bumble bees, …
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Green Gloucestershire

The Diocese of Gloucester and Churches Together in Gloucestershire have provided some funding for a new website containing lots of helpful resources, such as: managing your churchyard switching to Ecotricity energy saving tips in church buildings flooding suppliers of locally grown food and drink joint core strategy (housing) connecting with nature analysis of consumerism trench …
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Churchyard at St Uny, Lelant, Cornwall

Robert Moor Coordinator: Living Churchyard Project for Truro Diocese and Cornwall Wildlife Trust writes… A warming sun, a lazy bee, the scent of hay; the grass-hoppers chirp their call, the song-thrush sings, the swallowsswoop, the lichened tombs scribe shadows across the path; peace, lovingmemories and sanctuary. Cornwall has many fascinating churchyards surrounding its historic churches …
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Living Churchyards

As the countryside in Britain becomes more industrialised and urbanised, there are fewer places for wildlife to live and wildflowers to grow. But there are tiny areas in every village, town and even city that are holding out against the onslaught. These are churchyards, and in some parts of the country they are the only …
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