Based in the Shropshire Hills, the Restoring Shropshire's Verges Project - RSVP - is a landscape project aimed at creating wildlife corridors and stepping stones between the Long Mynd and the Stiperstones, both of which are wildlife havens. Take a look at this short film produced by one of their founding organisations, Caring for God's Acre:
You can read more in their flyer here (pdf) and on RSVP's facebook page at:
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