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Access to Nature and Trespassing - with Nick Hayes.

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What does 'access to nature' really mean? And why is it so important to get right?

Sophie and Eva chat to author, activist and illustrator Nick Hayes, delving into this vital issue and exploring Nick's  fascinating adventures through the fields and waterways of Britain, to discover just how easy it is for us to get into the wilder places.

Also coming up: the Fact-Off returns and Eva puts Sophie's nature knowledge to the test in a quiz. 

Want to buy Nick's book? Click here. 

Are you a beaver believer? We want to hear from you: Beaver Trust

Want more beaver? Please leave us a lovely little review, so we can bring the joy of beavers to more ears!

Hosted by Sophie Pavelle and Eva Bishop.

Produced and edited by Emma Brisdion.

 

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