TDEG Summer Walks 2022

Everyone is welcome on our summer wildlife walks. There is no charge, but booking is required so we can monitor and manage numbers, contact participants in case of emergencies, and ensure everyone is safe. Please follow the relevant link below to book on to individual events. Children under 16 years old are welcome, if accompanied […]

TDEG Annual Report 2021-22

Your TDEG Committee is delighted to present our Annual Report for 2021-22. Our project groups and members have achieved many great things over the last year. We hope you agree this summary demonstrates how much we can achieve when we work together. You can read the full Annual Report by clicking on the button below. […]

Going Wild in our Gardens for Climate Action

There are plenty of ways you can take action against climate change in your own garden, and most of these actions benefit our local wildlife as well. The Wildlife Trusts have produced a really useful list of things you can consider. Read more here. Their ideas focus on the following issues: Reducing your flood risk […]

Wildlife Sightings – January-March 2022

Spring begins in March (depending on which metereologist you are speaking to) – not sure that is the case in our area. We have certainly had some interesting weather during the winter months this year. There was only the slightest dusting of snow early in January, and February apparently completed the eighth mildest UK winter […]

Tideswell’s new Repair Café – helping both the planet and your purse!

A new Repair Café launches in May for residents of Tideswell and District. The aim of the Café is to encourage more people to repair broken household items rather than replacing them with new. This will help save the planet’s resources, reduce the number of items going to landfill sites, and help people save money. […]

Repair Café – Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Repair Café? Repair Cafés help people to get stuff fixed for free – stuff that might otherwise lie unloved at the back of a cupboard or end up in landfill when it could be brought back to life. You either come and fix it yourself or get the help and advice of […]

Queen’s Jubilee Special Tree Planting Day

Tree planting on the Cliffe, Tideswell, with the Climate Pathfinders Youth Forum Our tree stall – with the Scouts’ `tree of benefits` (Inside Out Photography) Planting behind Litton School Our special tree planting day on 20 March, to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee, was a great success. Well done to everyone involved. We estimate we planted […]

Queen’s Jubilee Tree Planting – Exciting News!

Exciting News! We have been offered free trees and hedgerow shrubs to launch our Queen’s Jubilee tree planting project on 20 March. Free trees will be available for collection on Sunday, 10am-12.30pm, 20 March, behind St. John’s Church in Tideswell. There will also be advice on offer about planting trees.  Trees can be planted anywhere […]

TDEG Newsletter – February 2022

It may still be winter, but there has been a lot going on in TDEG!  Our February newsletter contains information about the next whole group meeting on 2 March, our new Queen’s Green Canopy tree planting project, as well as updates from the different project groups. If you’d like to find out more about any […]

Wildlife Sightings – October-December 2021

Autumn can be such a beautiful season, and the weather in our area can certainly bring surprises. Whilst October was relatively benign, I think everyone was surprised by the heavy snowfall at the end of November. Combined with some stunning sunrises at the same time, many local residents captured some lovely views of our surrounding […]