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Burrator News 29 – April Monthly Newsletter

1. Second Tavistock Student Ranger Programme Completed On Tuesday 2 April, our second team of Student Rangers completed their final day of the 10 week programme, tree planting with our midweek volunteer team and received their John Muir Awards. The Student Ranger programme was pioneered by PC Julian Fry, and run by the Police, South…

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18th April 2019

Burrator News 28 – March Monthly Newsletter

1. Birds are brilliant! This was the theme for our first family activity day for 2019. Despite a rather cold and windy day, some 133 children supported by 102 parents had a varied and ‘hands on’ action packed day.  The activities on offer ranged from following a Bird Trail, in two forms – simple for…

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11th March 2019

Burrator News 27 – February Monthly Newsletter

1. Last sign installed The last sign was installed this month at Wimbleball. Over the last year 7 signs have been constructed by our volunteers using Burrator wood and installed at Roadford Lakeside, Roadford Watersports, Tamar, Siblyback and Stithians, with two for Wimbleball (café and activity centre). These signs reflect the beauty of wood and nature, in line with the values of the…

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11th February 2019

Burrator News 26 – January Monthly Newsletter

Stephanie Holman, “What a View” – 3rd place in Discovering Local Culture category, Love your Lakes Photo Competition 2018 1. Christmas Wreath Making Thank you to everyone for coming to our annual Christmas wreath making event.  Despite the never-ending rain on Saturday 15 December, 123 beautiful Christmas wreaths were made, at our busiest wreath making event…

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7th January 2019

Burrator News 25 – December Monthly Newsletter

Stephanie Holman, “What a View” – 3rd place in Discovering Local Culture category, Love your Lakes Photo Competition 2018 1. Operation Christmas Trees  This year, we started selecting Christmas trees in November. These three lovely Christmas trees went to Tavistock for the annual Christmas Trees of Light event in partnership with the Lions Club of…

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5th December 2018