Blog Category: Community

From Scheme Volunteer to Trainee

I first became involved in the Dunsmore Living Landscape scheme as a volunteer in 2019 after completing a degree in Zoology. I was working in an office at the time and I found that being outside, surrounded by nature, once a week was literally a breath of fresh air. It also gave me a taste of the work involved in practical conservation, an area that has always felt incredibly important to me. So,...
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Binley’s Industrial Heritage Attracts a New Generation

Dunsmore Living Landscape Binley Coal Mine ‘Memories of Binley Colliery’ is a community-focused oral history project led by the Dunsmore Living Landscape scheme and assisted by the University of Warwick through its Oral History Network. The network has attracted a new young generation of history enthusiasts who have been helping us dive into learning more and showcasing Binley's rich industrial heritage. Work started with the Oral...
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