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Jun 9

PLEASE KEEP US UPDATED ON PROJECTS....

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Please keep us updated on local projects, no matter how big or small! We would love to hear what environmental, climate change, wildlife or nature projects you're working on....

Give us as much detail as possible by sending us an email to planetshaftesburycontent@gmail.com - photo and videos are welcome to, to be featured on our Planet Shaftesbury social media! If you want to get noticed for your hard work or simply want to network with more like-minded people, then please send us details of what projects are happening.... This could really benefit you all with your progress in your projects, if you want more people to help! :)

 

Many thanks,

Aimee

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