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Bedfordshire MEP Goes Wild

A sheepdog and a Euro MP joined forces to launch a brand new project encouraging people to explore their wild side in the great outdoors.
Bedfordshire Wildlife Trust’s “30 Days Wild” aims to get people of all ages to complete thirty ‘Random Acts of Wildness’ this June. 
It is up to you what you do, but people are encouraged to download a free app full of wild ideas. Those signing up to the challenge online will also get a free pack with a poster, wall chart. 
The Labour MEP will join Bedfordshire Wildlife Trust Director John Comont for her first random act of wildness – a walk around Pegsdon Hills Wildife Reserve.
Alex Mayer MEP said: “Listen to birds singing, accessorise with flowers or explore a fantastic local place like the Pegsdon Hills Wildife Reserve - there are so many ways you can go wild this Summer. This is a fantastic initiative from the Bedfordshire Wildlife Trust and I’d urge everyone to get involved.” 
Bedfordshire Wildlife Trust Director, John Comont said: “It’s a pleasure to welcome Alex Mayer to Pegsdon Hills to launch our campaign, it’s an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty boasting some of the best views in the country and is the perfect place to start 30 days of random acts of wildness.”
To sign up and for a link to the app visit: www.wildlifebcn.org/30dayswild

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