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WildCookham newsletter

Mike C.
Maidenhead, GB
A very Happy New Year to everyone!  And best wishes for the coming 12 months.  We have an exciting year ahead as we build on our work to make Cookham a great place for our wildlife - some new projects, continuing and expanding work on projects started in 2018 and an on-going programme of events to stimulate awareness of and interest in our wildlife and wildlife habitats.  Take a look at our January 2019 newsletter which you'll find on our new website at - or take the direct link to the newsletter at https://docs.wixstati...­.

The website is work in progress with some elements still to be completed.  We'll welcome any comments and suggestions.

If you are already involved on one of our projects, a big thank you.  We always need more volunteers so do get in touch if you are interested and do take a look at our newsletter where you'll find plenty of opportunities to get involved.

From the WildCookham team
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