Month: July 2016

Beavers Get a Pizza the Action!

Photos: Nick Jones Beavers from Cuddington and Sandiway sampled pizza during their overnight stay at Forest Camp thanks to the Saltscape Landscape Partnership. The group munched their way through the first twelve pizzas ever to be cooked in the new cob ovens  on the site, run by the Scouts Association, at Oakmere near Sandiway on […]

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Pupils Earn Their Salt

Saltscape’s Education project, delivered by Cheshire Wildlife Trust and Lion Salt Works, is now in its second year.   Since Easter, Key Stage 2 pupils from all over Cheshire have been learning about the history of the salt landscape ; how it has affected people and their surroundings. Robyn Moseley from Cheshire Wildlife Trust ran the ‘Outdoor’ […]

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Scything in the Meadow

Here’s an extract from the blog of Steve Tomalin who ran our Scything Workshop on Sunday Today, events across the country have been celebrating our wildflower meadows and I had the pleasure of teaching a group of staff and public how to scythe at Marbury Country Parkin Cheshire, funded by the Saltscape Landscape Partnership scheme and […]

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