The album galleries hold a selection of pictures of work sessions and events in the “Chippy” Green Gym year. If you have any difficulties in browsing the galleries, there are a few NextGen Gallery viewing tips below.
As an addition to the galleries, here are links to pdf versions of our past and current slide show advertisements screened in the waiting area at Chipping Norton Health Centre: Jan. 2017Feb. 2018. Due to file size limits on this website, image quality is lower than in the originals.
An area of ancient common land once overgrown with brambles and invasive weeds is being transformed into native broadleaf woodland, named to commemorate Richard Fitzalan, Earl of Arundel, who gave much land to the town in the 14th century.
Our work on garden borders here aims to provide an attractive welcome to patients and staff, and to bees and butterflies in search of food. To promote healthy eating we have planted culinary herbs and built low-maintenance raised beds designed for fruit and vegetables.
Here, we collaborate with BBOWT, the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust by controlling invasive blackthorn and opening up new areas to promote biodiversity and conserve the limestone pasture and its flora and fauna, especially butterflies.
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