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  • Dozing dormice

    Thursday 5th Nov 2015
    Perfect October and November days with golden wintry sunshine falling upon trees and shrubs of rich coppers, russets and golds can make even the most urbane of town and city-dwellers stop and stare!  For residents in and around Arundel, such si...Read More...

    Invasive Shrubs - Why We Should Worry

    Friday 30th Oct 2015
    A woodland in March is brimming with promise, buds bursting and bluebells pushing up through the earth. Bird song is on the up, and an explosion of life is afoot. A woodland overtaken with rhododendron (Rhododendron ponticum) or cherry laurel (Prunu...Read More...

    Hedgerow Highways Around Binsted

    Saturday 29th Aug 2015
    Come September our eyes are drawn to hedgerows where cheery red rose hips stand proud inviting all to look; clusters of small shining black elderberries catch the slanting autumn sunshine; and the temptingly plump blackberries beckon all with a sweet...Read More...

    MAVES at Binsted's Strawberry Fair

    Wednesday 22nd Jul 2015
    On Sunday 19th July, volunteers Ian Powell and John Knight manned a display stand at the Binsted Strawberry Fair, a charity fund-raising event which is a traditional country fair in flint barn and fields next to Binsted Nursery.  Here is a ...Read More...

    Arundel Veterans

    Sunday 12th Jul 2015
    Mighty trees, usually oaks, but sometimes ash, willows, beech and even field maple punctuate Binsted Woods and the surrounding field margins.  These trees, some of which are two metres wide, have stood on the same spot for hundreds of years g...Read More...