Margrove Landscape History Workshop

Posted on 22nd November 2017

Today’s workshops  geological element explored how the last glaciation affected the East Cleveland landscape and its later use by man.  This was followed by an examination of information from the Doomsday Book which highlighted just how many of our villages

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Kirkleatham Countryside Festival 3 June 2017

Posted on 4th June 2017

Our second pop up event in the woodlands at Kirkleatham Hall.  A wonderful setting and the stall looked great.  Family groups passed by and shared some memories and filled out our questionnaires. We gathered new records of historic sightings of

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Saltburn Farmers Market Saturday 13th May

Posted on 15th May 2017

The first of our pop events this summer was held at Saltburn Farmer’s market.  Visitors to the market were asked to share a wildlife memory and complete our rhyming couplet questionnaire on the activities they did as children.  Our props

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Teesside University Students help with project

Posted on 4th April 2017

Second year digital media and the web students at Teesside University have been working with the Trust to develop innovative solutions for sharing wildlife memories. Last week three teams presented their different recommendations for our consideration. The work done by the students has thrown up a

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Wildlife Camera Workshop, 4th February 2017

Posted on 6th February 2017

On a bright cold winter morning 13 people turned up to learn more about getting the best from wildlife cameras and to help create new wildlife records.  Participants ranged from beginners wanting to know more about wildlife in their

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Harvest mouse discovery day

Posted on 22nd October 2016

How is the tiny harvest mouse faring in East Cleveland? To help us answer this question we ran a harvest mouse discovery day to find out about the biology and ecology of harvest mice, ways to look for them and

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Mammals at Gisborough Priory

Posted on 6th October 2016

Volunteers working towards the restoration of Gisborough Priory’s historic gardens were interested to discover which small mammals were using the gardens. After a slide show in a stable – a first for the Trust – members learnt how to handle

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Saltburn Mammal Workshop

Posted on 24th September 2016

We all went down to Saltburn Valley Gardens today to see what we could find. This one day workshop focussed on how to discover which mammals are living locally. Using a mixture of illustrated talks and practical sessions, participants learnt

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