For the Love of Nature: Stop the NTS cutting 75% of countryside jobs

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kim thompson
Jan 4, 2021
These people are passionate about nature and the countryside and. more than ever, we need people who are committed to protecting what so many are trying to destroy through ignorance or greed.

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Mike Cashman
Sep 15, 2020
2020’s covid difficulties are temporary but any impacts on the environment are long-lasting

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Lucy Morton
Sep 8, 2020
These are the people who are directly responsible for the care of the land owned by the Trust. To loose them is an abrogation of your responsibilities - make some of the management redundant instead.

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Linda parsons
Sep 3, 2020
We are losing raptors because of lack of surveillance how much more will we lose if the rangers and overseers of the land. Climate and Nature are high on people's agenda don't make them leave The National Trust because of a bad decision

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Gillian Simpson
Sep 3, 2020
We need to look after our countryside

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Aaron Moore
Sep 2, 2020
I care about nature

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Lorraine Bush
Sep 2, 2020
Countryside protection comes first, from Cornwall to John o groats,, don't put it in more danger than it already is

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Kate Jarvis
Aug 28, 2020
We need to look after our countryside now more than ever, more jobs not less!!

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Kay Barnes
Aug 25, 2020
This is an area of exceptional natural beauty which provides habitat for many rare flora and fauna. It would be reckless and a tragedy to render it understaffed.

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Susan Williams
Aug 23, 2020
Without the hard work of the outdoors rangers and gardeners and those who organise conservation volunteers and Thistle camps, the properties that attract so many visitors (and who fund the NTS) will become rundown and cease to be the wonderful places to visit that they are now