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The latest from Mark Whitley's Country Diary

Otters on Mull

0 Mull is one of the best places in Europe to see the elusive otter.

The Mull Otter Group (MOG) is a fast-growing association of volunteer enthusiasts whose aim is to create positive awareness regarding the conservation needs of otters on the Isle of Mull.

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Appealing gardens

0 The Great Plat at Hestercombe Gardens (photo © Chris Lacey Photography); the Hestercombe Gardens Trust has launched an appeal to secure the gardens’ future

The Somerset-based charity Hestercombe Gardens Trust has launched an appeal to raise £1.5 million towards the development of internationally renowned Hestercombe Gardens and to secure its future for generations to come.

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Cotswolds sheepwashing

0 The Sarsden sheepwash pool (pictured during restoration) is officially opened to the public on 20th May

The Churchill and Sarsden Heritage Centre (near Chipping Norton, and possibly Oxfordshire’s smallest museum) is currently staging an exhibition about the history of Cotswolds sheepwashing.

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