This summer saw the launch of the Jurassic Coast Fossil Finder, a database of over 975 fossils that can be found in museums along the Jurassic Coast. As project co-ordinator, I oversaw the photography of all the specimens – and edited the text for every entry. So you […]
Fossils fast-forward to the 21st century
I’m now helping bring the Jurassic Coast’s fossils firmly into the 21st century. My role is to co-ordinate the production of an online database to showcase the amazing fossils held by museums along the Jurassic Coast. Each of the entries will include a photograph of the fossil, key information, and fascinating facts to appeal to children […]
Ain’t misbehaving! I’m enjoying the countryside…
When did you last roly-poly down a hill? Or climb a tree? These are some of the things that the National Trust wants you to do when you visit the countryside. And we’ve just produced an interpretation panel to prove it. But it made me think. When I started with the Trust over 20 years […]
We’ve got Broadchurch mapped!
I’m sure that many of you watched the recent ITV drama Broadchurch. As soon as it started, I recognised the golden-stripes of Burton Cliff on the Dorset coast. I’ve been lucky enough to work along this fantastic coastline on many projects for the National Trust and Dorset AONB. I first explored ‘Broadchurch’, well, Burton Bradstock […]