Issue 59 – Spring 2006
Issue 59 of Keer to Kent was edited by Terry Keefe and featured detailed and comprehensive articles on Purple Ramping-Fumitory, and Bats in the AONB. Also, the recent creation of what was then the AONB Unit, the Trust felt it timely to publish a summarised history of the Landscape Trust, clarifying the relationship — and distinctions — between the two organisations. In addition to the full contents listed below, it featured photographs by Gail Armstrong, Ken Johnson, Paul Kay, Tony Riden and the Cornish Wildlife Trust. The cover image was by Andrew Sier and was one of the prize-winning entries in the 2005 photographic competition. Image processing was by Ann Kitchen; the journal was printed by PageFast Ltd, Lancaster.
|Editorial & Contents; ASLT Educational Bursary||Terry Keefe||2|
|Letters to the Editor||3|
|Landscape Trust Event|
Photo Competition 2006
|AONB Matters; Bracken Bruiser||Terry Keefe||5|
|Purple Ramping-Fumitory||Graeme Skelcher||6 & 7|
|Silverdale Midden||Richard Norman||8|
|New Fauna Website; Limestone Pavement||9|
|Morecambe Bay Partnership||David Farrant||10 & 11|
|Brief History of Landscape Trust||12 & 13|
|Bats in the AONB||Steve Bradley||14 & 15|
|Limestone Heritage Project|
Out and About
|Accommodation & Food||19|
|Dates for Your Diary||20|
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