The Pony That Spoke to My Inner Child by Mark Cavill Read Mark’s full article staring our little blue-eyed wonder here.
The majesty of trees cannot be denied. Many have stood the test of time for hundreds of years, they have experienced growth and periods of rest during the seasons which have also helped to shape their very being; still they stand tall. Their roots are deep in the earth a highway under our feet of trees…Read more »
Equine Photographer Janos Borbely got in touch to take some photos for equineEARTH. We were heading into winter, so could not afford a photo shoot, but Janos wanted to help us out with photos. Janos has a love of horses, in awe of their beauty and serenity. He is now chasing his dream to become…Read more »
A blog written by Jo Fitzjohn, a foster carer, equine therapist and spiritualist, who came on our pilot Woodland Retreat in August 2018: “Little did I realise the Magical Encounters that where awaiting me as I left home eager for the much needed break/respite. With only 24 hrs to recharge, I thought it was a…Read more »
The best survival strategy is that a tree grows up straight, for stability in bad weather. When the winds blow the crown of the tree the force travels down the trunk to the roots which are hopefully embedded deep into the earth. The force then travels back up to the base of the trunk and…Read more »
In a recent ecological survey by the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust explains how the flora are useful to various species of birds, mammals and insects, some of which are endangered. Sanctuary Wood is home to many different forms of wildlife, but this blog is about the trees and shrubs. They have been fundamental in the therapy…Read more »