Tag Archives: Yateley

Crawshaw built Solo for sale – PRICE REDUCED

Sail Number: 4134 Wooden, Crawshaw built Fast boat Proctor mast 2 sails including Solo B Trolley, but no road trailer New wheels fitted Cover sound but faded REDUCED TO £800 Ashore at Hawley Lake STC Not sailed past season Rear … Continue reading

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A butterfly in the hand is worth…? Dandelions?!

I had spent the morning finishing a book about Forest Church and connecting more consciously with God through nature, and the idea of natural theology where we actually come to understand God directly through his creation. I went into the … Continue reading

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Poem: The challenge of your passing #RemembranceDay

The challenge of your passing I don’t know you, I never did. When we met, you’d gone. Then, I recognised you By the Union Jack, A uniform cap, The young lover, brightly dressed. Family brave faced, and broken; Symbols of … Continue reading

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Well finally – Spring is here!

Yes, I know the forecast is for it to leave again later this week, but at least for the last few days, spring has definitely sprung. Last weekend, we dashed down to the New Forest and after a rainsoaked abortive trip to … Continue reading

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My count – RSPB Big Garden #Birdwatch

So, having told you about this weeks Mistle Thrush, when it came to doing my hour for the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch, it had vanished completely! Just typical!! Timed from 9.45am on Sun 27th January 2013 in my little suburban … Continue reading

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My love-hate relationship with Starlings #Birdwatch

The reason that this weeks Mistle Thrush has had so much seed to feed on, is because of the Starlings. I know that according to last years RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch suggested that Starlings are among the garden birds most … Continue reading

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Unusual Autumn

This morning, in GU46 (that’s in Hampshire) I walked the dog in a snow flurry!! We’re still in October for goodness sake!!! Between, or in fact sometimes because of, the journeys to and from college in Oxfordshire, I’ve been trying … Continue reading

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Beetles and butterflies between the showers

Today the sun has come out, term is over, the lad is home from his school music tour to Austria, and all is well with the world. But, it has been a tad showery recently, don’t you think?! I guess … Continue reading

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Hart DC cut and slash – does it conflict with new Biodiversity Action Plan?

Previously I have written about my delight in the fields adjacent to the Red Cross Centre in Yateley, that have been left this summer to grow long, and rich in flowers and insect life. Until yesterday that is! Today, I … Continue reading

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Travellers in the community – Gospel opportunity?

Last week we had a small group of travellers take up residence in a field, which happens to be a public open space. As far as I can tell they caused no trouble, (unless you particularly dislike what I think … Continue reading

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