Deer safari, Norfolk The Holkham estate on the north Norfolk coast is famous for its fallow deer. Autumn is rutting season, and on certain dates in October a deer safari by tractor-trailer gets visitors up close to the herd. There are also bikes to hire to explore the 3,000-acre park’s cycle trails, and a woodland adventure play area with a treehouse, rope ladders and zipwire. And there’s a scale model of a combine harvester, complete with slide, tunnels and driving seat, in the interactive Field to Fork Experience, which tells the story of food and farming at Holkham. • Deer safari, daily 18-23 October, adult £5,child £2.50, under-2s free; bike hire, adult £10 for two hours, child £8; Field to Fork Experience adult £5, child £2.50; holkham.co.uk … [Read more...] about 20 of the best outdoor family days out for half-term
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My virtual travel on maps started when I was eight and confined to my bed for six long weeks after an operation. I’d get the atlas out and trace my finger along African mountain ranges and up South American rivers, trying to imagine what those places were like (this was before David Attenborough’s Planet Earth). Years later, shivering with malaria in a Sudanese hut, I stuck the three Michelin maps that covered all of Africa on the wall and did much the same. … [Read more...] about A virtual walk in Welsh mountains – with just an OS map and my imagination
The impact of Covid-19 on developing and emerging economies has only begun to reveal itself. There are good reasons to believe that these countries will be ravaged far more by the pandemic than the advanced economies have been. After all, people in lower-income countries tend to live in closer proximity to one another. A higher share of the population suffers from pre-existing health problems that render them more vulnerable to the disease. And these countries’ health systems are even less prepared to manage an epidemic than those of the advanced economies (which have hardly functioned smoothly). … [Read more...] about World must combat looming debt meltdown in developing countries
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