Category Archives: Lea Marshes

30 Days of Delightful Poetic Musings

                            Written over 30 consecutive days in April 2013 for National Poetry Writing Month, local author XYZ has produced an enchanting series of ponderings on space and … Continue reading

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Edible Plant of the Day

After the success of our Edible Plant Identification walk on Sunday 1st June, we thought we would share with you some of the highlights of what we found and some tips for recipes. Remember that it’s crucial with any foraging … Continue reading

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Edible Plant of the Day

After the success of our Edible Plant Identification walk on Sunday 1st June, we thought we would share with you some of the highlights of what we found and some tips for recipes. Remember that it’s crucial with any foraging … Continue reading

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Edible Plant of the Day

After the success of our Edible Plant Identification walk on Sunday 1st June, we thought we would share with you some of the highlights of what we found and some tips for recipes. Remember that it’s crucial with any foraging … Continue reading

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A Vote to Save Our Marshes!

As election time approaches, it is useful to know which political parties and individual candidates intend to safeguard our marshes if elected this May. Save Lea Marshes has approached a number of electoral candidates in Hackney and Waltham Forest, requesting that … Continue reading

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Winner of 2014 Save Lea Marshes Competition

The overall winner of the 2014 ‘What I Love About the Marshes’ photo competition was Rebecca McLaren with ‘Big Sky Over Ice’. Rebecca’s photo will go on the cover of the 2015 Save Lea Marshes calendar, along with 11 other … Continue reading

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Marshland: Dreams and Nightmares on the Edge of London

It’s never recommended to sneak a peak at the end of a book before you’ve finished. However, before I started reading Marshland properly (from the beginning as you should), I had already been invited by Rees to fact-check the chapter … Continue reading

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