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May I say something? This is complete bullshit.

Highly recommend Yorkshire and the Lakes. You can go in August and see heather on hills that will take your breath away. If you stay on back roads, no crowds. Turn of your car and all you hear are sheep, birds and the breeze. Glorious!

Now this is a nursery rhyme that I could get behind! Toby make the best Yorkshire’s ever! Now if only they were unlimited

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CAMPAIGNERS are warning of “traffic chaos” caused by the redevelopment of York’s biggest brownfield site, and calling for more analysis before roads decisions are made.

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In London, there is a shortage of affordable homes while more and more properties are being left empty in the wealthier neighbourhoods. For her work Brutal London, photographer Alessia Gammarota looks at the connections between different aspects of the housing crisis, from squatting and council estates to new developments changing the landscape and the city’s soul Continue reading.

Agree it’s beautiful, but you need to travel more. That picture could be New Zealand, Wales, Scotland, Lake District, Yorkshire, or any granite based post glacial landscape. Ps good luck with the record breaking attempt.

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Farming is a major contributor to climate change. An estimated quarter of the world's greenhouse gas emissions come from agriculture - mostly in the form of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide. So what can farmers do to reduce the impact their industry has? Charlotte Smith visits a farm in Worcestershire to learn more about changes the family there are making, in order to farm in a more environmentally-friendly way. Presented by Charlotte Smith and produced by Emma Campbell.