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Goblin Combe Environment Centre Climate Change barometer

A year long programme to explore the impact of climate change on the natural history of a 130 acre woodland.

1st January 2009 - 31st December 2009

The Goblin Combe Environment Centre climate change barometer explores the impact of climate and seasonal change on the woodland over a period of a year.

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Goblin Combe Environment Centre will be recreating a beautiful area of Somerset woodland, with a stunning visual installation, complete with a real Tawny Owl called Bo.

During the last six months children from the Nailsea cluster of schools have been visiting Goblin Combe Environment Centre. Under the guidance of Chris Sperring MBE, they have studied the impact of climate change upon the natural history of the 130 acre woodland.

Children from Kingshill, Tickenham, Wraxall, Golden Valley Primary Schools, Grove Junior School, Ravenswood Special School and Nailsea Secondary School will be sharing their experiences with the children and young people from the nine Find Your Talent pathfinders across the country.

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