|Cutting the hurdles to size|
|Harper student Charley cutting the bolts flush and smooth|
|ADO Ben Shipston on a mission to Australia!|
|A future giant begins its long life|
Saturday 14th March saw Attingham holding its first ever Night Run with around 350 people racing six kilometers around the mile walk or two kilometers across the meadow under starry skies. The warden staff were there as marshals and helping to set up and take down for the event, which was a huge success - well done to everyone that took part.
Finally it is that time of year again - the ravens are nesting. You may have seen these beautiful birds circling around the park and calling with that distinctive 'tak tak tak'. It can be difficult to judge just how large they are until you see them up close - they have a wingspan of 120-150cm - and last week I was lucky enough to see one gliding low over the deer park and gleaming in the sun. The nests are also huge, as you can see from this picture! The young ravens will soon be growing and fledging and we look forward to spotting them.