Tag Archives: Braunton Burrows

Dappled Labyrinth

This was a workshop and labyrinth to help celebrate the 10th anniversary of North Devon’s UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, a large area around the Taw-Torridge Estuary dedicated to living and working in harmony with nature. Here’s a preliminary newspaper feature about what I … Continue reading

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Braunton Burrows: another timeless journey

We met on a  mild sunny evening, and walked through this amazing stretch of duneland for several hours –  marvelling at the sheer diversity and beauty of the plants, and the associated moths and other small creatures that John pointed out to us. … Continue reading

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