Wednesday, 17 October 2018
SIXTY-ONE species of bird were spotted in and around Woodcote by the village conservation group last year.
Members walk a three-mile circuit of the countryside four times a year and record every bird they see.
The commonest sightings were red kites, woodpigeons and blackbirds but there were single sightings of a heron, a gull, a cuckoo and three tawny owls.
23 April 2018
A GRANDMOTHER from Goring has spoken of her pride ... [more]
POLL: Have your say