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Helen on Crompton Moor

Helen Skelton is on Crompton Moor in the Pennines, a site of biological interest. Tom Heap investigates the rural mental health crisis.

Helen Skelton is on Crompton Moor in the Pennines, braving all weathers to discover what makes this site of biological interest such a
special place. Battered by rain, wind and snow, she helps install ‘leaky dams,’ discovers how a plant with superpowers is helping to restore these uplands and meets the community coming together to bring wildlife back to the hills. Adam Henson tries out a new app to show how contented his animals are, wildlife film-maker Richard Taylor-Jones shows you how to spot wonderful wildlife on your doorstep, and Tom Heap investigates the rural mental health crisis.

55 minutes

Last on

Tue 16 Feb 2021 01:30

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Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Helen Skelton
Presenter Adam Henson
Presenter Tom Heap
Series Editor Jane Lomas
Executive Producer Bill Lyons

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