The central output of the Binley project is a 16-page full-colour booklet showcasing some of the key themes and main findings from the project interviews.
The booklet was made possible through the award of Public Engagement funding by the University of Warwick, the tireless efforts of the project volunteers, and the creative flair of our designer Steve.
Printed copies are available from Warwickshire Wildlife Trust.
On 1 December 2021, we held a seminar about the project at the University of Warwick. A recording of the session will be made available soon.
Image description: the entrance gates to the nature reserve on the former colliery site. The gates are tall and made of black metal, depicting a wheel-shape pattern and topped with the nature reserve's name, 'Claybrookes Marsh', named after two miners who died when a section of the colliery collapsed on them.
Image description: project volunteers on a site visit to the former colliery, October 2021, pictured here at the start of the Brandon Reach nature reserve run by Warwickshire Wildlife Trust. From left to right: Kiera (3rd year UG, History), Daniel (WWT), Pierre (OHN administrative assistant), and Dan (3rd year UG, History).
Photo credits: Fu Ge Yang (3rd year UG, History)
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Image description: collage-style photograph showing some pages of the booklet, including the timeline page and the front cover.