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    This is a very interesting recent news article from West Oxfordshire District Council which explains the sorts of initiatives that can be introduced by local councils.
    If yours need some help convincing it can be done just take a look at this news item
    and ask your council if they’d consider doing the same.
    I have to say I’m still waiting for a reply-but I imagine they are busy after the local elections!

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    Thanks for the link, SeagullSuzie. Hopefully it will encourage some more Councils to be more hog friendly.


    Great idea, I will write to my council asking if they can consider doing this too.




    Thank you Seagull Suzie. Wonderful to know councils do listen sometimes. Ipswich is a shining example – was it designated most hedgehog friendly town?

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