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After the winter solstace, the evenings will now start to get lighter. But, fight the winter blues by getting outside and listening to birdsong.
University of Bath publishes the results of a study that shows a minute of intense exercise improves insulin function, which has an effect on the incidence of Type II diabetes.
An outdoor exhibition of 34 beautifully illustrated, all-weather panels, depicting the fascinating history of Bristol’s famous Downs, was revealed on Wednesday, November 2, 2011. The specially commissioned panels form part of celebrations marking the 150th anniversary of the Downs Act of 1861.
In the interests of public safety, the River Avon path in the vicinity of Victoria Bridge, Bath will be temporarily closed and a diversion provided. Emergency works are planned for later this week to prop the bridge on both sides of the river.
Mental health charity 'Mind' shows how getting out and about in nature is good for your mental wellbeing.
A proposal to allow people on bicycles to legally use a footpath between Powlett Road and Bathwick Street, Bath is being proposed by Bath & North East Somerset Council.
We've been listening to your feedback, and working behind the scenes to make our mapping and routes system on OutdoorsWest much easier to use.
The University of Cambridge reports that the length of time children and teenagers are outdoors is linked to better eyesight when older.
Bat Discovery Night on Friday the 7th October in Three Brooks Nature Reserve, Bradley Stoke