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Last year we did a piece of evaluation work for the Lancashire Wildlife Trust, producing a series of short films to show the impact their Reaching Out for Wildlife project has had on volunteers and the local community.

This was our first foray into creating films, and since then we have made a couple of films to showcase our work on Spaceshaper and a Forest Schools Seminar, and we’re currently working on a series of short films for the North Yorks Moors NPA.

I thought it would be nice to share one of the original short films we produced for the Lancashire Wildlife Trust:

Recently we organised a Forest Schools Seminar for a group of 40 people in Manchester – take a look at the short film we had made to find out more about what the day involved:

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We are currently working on a project for the Lime and Ice project team (part of the North York Moors National Park Authority) to produce a series of short films documenting the work done by a group of volunteers. 

This group of volunteers have been helping to research the landscape and archeology of an area called Yearsley Moor – covering 6,000 years of history from the bronze age to the second world war.

May has been out filming with Jeff Wood to capture this beautiful landscape and the stories that the volunteers have to tell of both the history of this place and their experiences uncovering it.

There have been a number of dawn starts, a lot of fog across the woodland and May is now a veritable mine of knowledge on English history!

We can’t wait to see and share the final films!