European hare© Andrew Parkinson/FLPA / imageBROKER/REX/Shutterstock
There was a strange feeling, once the combine finally got going, that there was something missing from the cab. I checked. Thermos? Yup. Paracetamol? Yup. Two adjustable spanners? Yup. Nice lady from the Hare Preservation Trust? Doh! Of course! One evening in March, I had taken my seat in the back row of a nearby community centre, right in the corner – next to the emergency exit. I wanted to hear a talk, organised by the Hampshire and Isle of […]
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