Jeni Bell’s Wild Britain – Sixpenny’s Secret

The continued adventures Of Jeni , Bill and Millie........ The village of Sixpenny Handley in Dorset is a bit of a hidden gem. It’s a small village situated in the stunning Cranborne Chase, where it is surrounded by huge expanses of arable fields, and wooded areas. It’s probably best known for its brewery and having, [...]

Jeni Bell’s Wild Britain – Watching Wildlife part 2

The continued adventures Of Jeni , Bill and Millie........ In one of my previous blogs, Watching For Wildlife, I discussed 3 very simple tips that I felt were really beneficial for becoming aware of the wildlife around you on a day to day basis. They weren’t at all profound, they weren’t particularly difficult, and the [...]

Jeni Bell’s Wild Britain – Beautiful Blashford

The continued adventures Of Jeni , Bill and Millie........ Now I’ve already confessed my love for wildlife hides in one of my previous blogs, and although the ones in this blog aren’t set on expansive lochs or surrounded by mountains it doesn’t take away how awesome these ones are. Blashford Lakes is up there in [...]

Jeni Bell’s Wild Britain – Watching for Wildlife

The continued adventures Of Jeni , Bill and Millie........ Finding and watching wildlife doesn’t have to be restricted to camo-clad experts or on extravagant, expensive, far-flung safaris. It’s not only for twitchers or photographers with all the latest gear, lugging tripods to custom built hides. No No No. This is not the case at all. [...]

Jeni Bell’s Wild Britain – The Wild South West

The continued adventures Of Jeni , Bill and Millie........ With around 5 million tourists visiting each year, the high capacity of humans doesn’t lend well to the idea of Cornwall as one of the U.K.’s wildest places. It’s more likely to conjure up images of ice creams on the beach, surfers, cream teas and rain [...]

Jeni Bell’s Wild Britain – An Overlooked Haven

The continued adventures Of Jeni , Bill and Millie........ When you think about the New Forest you usually conjure up images of grand old oak trees or expansive heathlands. Rolling waves and shingle beaches don’t always spring to mind, but coastal environments make up quite a chunk of the New Forest. And, I personally think [...]