National Marine Week: Is Ocean Conservation Finally Going to Appear in School Curriculums?

The UK is an archipelagic nation and yet ocean education is nowhere to be found in the curriculum. Is that about to change?

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Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close: the call of the mountains

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close: the call of the mountains

The rain is falling like fairy dust. It's drifting down from the smudged, white sky. The sparrows are chattering, clinging onto brickwork and rattling off calls. One swoops up into …
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What to Wear Walking Up Pen y Fan (and what should be in your backpack?)

What to Wear Walking Up Pen y Fan (and what should be in your backpack?)

Pen y Fan is a popular mountain for a reason, it's not technical, you can do it in a few hours and it's easy to reach. And yet many people …
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Exploring the Night Markets of Bali

Exploring the Night Markets of Bali

After sundown, the space turns into an intoxicating labyrinth sprung up from nowhere, filled with little stalls crammed with rice, noodles and fried everything.
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Devon Detours: Blackborough 10k Circular Walk

Devon Detours: Blackborough 10k Circular Walk

We meandered along the club road and stopped to see if any would take off as there were already a few in the sky, gently circling under clouds in hope …
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