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Environment Secretary visits Nature Improvement Area

Date Posted: 26th June 2014

North Shropshire MP and Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Owen Paterson came to look around some of the sites being worked on through the Meres & Mosses Nature Improvement Area and Landscape Partnership Scheme.
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Dig draws to a close

Date Posted: 18th June 2014

Archaeological dig at site near Colemere uncovers evidence of ancient ditches.
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Open Farm Sunday pulls in the crowds

Date Posted: 11th June 2014

The ninth annual Open Farm Sunday event took place on Sunday and proved popular with families from all over the Meres and Mosses area.
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Ellesmere dig gets underway

Date Posted: 5th June 2014

This week has seen the start of an exciting archaeological dig, with the support of Meres and Mosses.
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The Meres and Mosses on Countryfile

Date Posted: 24th May 2014

On 8th May, a film crew and presenters visited Shropshire to film an episode of Countryfile.
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