Using tapestry weaving as an engagement tool for nature observation this Autumn in Salcombe in South Devon.
Posts Tagged: glimpse of nature
Video footage of the rather strange experience of herding sheep across London bridge. This activity carried out as a charity fundraiser dates back to traditional rights of the Freemen of the City.
One of a small number of ‘raw cut’ video reflections on our relationship with the natural world. Filmed during a trip to the west coast of the USA.
This weekend we were lucky enough to be invited to take part in the annual Sheep Drive across London Bridge for Freemen of the City of London and their guests, and our time at the event and walking along the Thames Path nearby got us thinking about links between city and the countryside. We wandered… Read more »
The Countryfile Live 2018 Tapestry We were able to offer a new and different experience to the passers-by wandering past the Nearly Wild Exploration stand at last week’s Countryfile Live Show – weaving the Countryfile view! Starting with just a clothes rail, some garden twine and a basket of wool, over 100 people got involved,… Read more »
Today I find myself in London… When I first heard about it, I thought, what a lot of nonsense, a National Park City. …Really? However, since then when I have been in and around London I have been viewing it in a different way. Usually I when I come down for work I try to… Read more »
A short video explaining a little about Nearly Wild Exploration and what it means. Building nature back into everyday life
The most aesthetically pleasing wood stack I’ve seen in a while. A continuation of hundreds of years of people’s use of this forest.
Having stopped early on in my morning run to read an interpretation sign, I found out how Holybourne village in Hampshire (where I’ve been staying overnight) is on the site of a former Roman settlement, an important place on the route from London to Winchester. I then felt very Roman as I trotted along this… Read more »