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My PetitionReview the route and construction plans for HS2 for environmental reasons.
Current plans for HS2 involve the destruction of woodlands and use of unsustainable building materials.
This petition is not saying stop HS2, but is calling on the Government to review the route and construction plans for this project, because of the concerns of people who care about our environment and wildlife and we want to reduce the irreversible destruction to our ancient woodlands.
Here is my collection of personal travel videos. Filmed all handheld and non professional, these are my own little way of documenting my trips!
Here is my collection of UK based projects that I have filmed with TV Presenter Julia Bradbury’s website The Outdoor Guide (TOG).
Tree Planting with Julia, Woodland Trust and Premier Paper Group
Looking for more information about some great camping gear? Take a look here.
A Robens Ambassador I am proud to announce myself as a Robens Ambassador, this is a relationship which has blossomed from our shared love of the outdoors. Read more here.
Gear of the SeasonMy favourite piece of Robens gear this season is the Prairie Sleeping Bag. It is PFC free and has a hard duty canvas outer which fits in perfectly in the wilderness! Read more here.
Looking for more information about where to go in a van? Take a look here:
Vanlife in New ZealandFor this trip myself and partner Mike are heading out to New Zealand for a six week ‘vanlife’ trip exploring both the north and south island.
Vanlife DIYMike and I have wanted to convert a van into a home on wheels for a few years now, and we have finally taken the first step and got a van. Read how we get on from start to, hopefully, finish! Read more here.
Vanlife in Scotland and the LakesMike and I headed to the Lake District on our way to Scotland, it was the perfect stop over point before we got to Glencoe and up to the Isle of Skye.
Looking for more information about where to go in Switzerland? Take a look here:
SummerAround Chalet Martin, there are many walks that the surrounding area offers. The Swiss transport system is very efficient and will take you to the start of your hike or pick you up at the very end of the valley.
WinterWinter this year has and still is, a white wonderland. There have been many opportunities for everyone staying at the Chalet to Ski, Snowboard and carry out many other activities. From neighbouring village Barboleuse, and local town Villars there are tele-cabins taking you up to a variety of pistes.