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  • Conservation Heritage | Mull and Iona Community Trust
    covers have a landscape bio diversity or heritage designation These designations may be Special Protection Areas National Scenic Area or Sites of Special Scientific Interest or Scheduled or Unscheduled Ancient Monuments for example http www mict co uk rangerservice conservation heritage and http www rcahms gov uk Due to the unspoiled nature of Mull and Iona the islands can offer the wildlife enthusiast many of Scotland s iconic species and

    Original URL path: http://www.mict.co.uk/ranger-service/conservation-heritage/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Environmental Education | Mull and Iona Community Trust
    Mull Community Development Plan Ulva Ferry Developments Garmony Hydro Tobermory Light Industrial Mull Musical Minds Sustainable Mull and Iona Public Access Defibrillator Network Funding Contact Mull and Iona Ranger Service Environmental Education Environmental Education The Ranger Service is available to lead educational visits throughout Mull and Iona Nursery primary and secondary school and tertiary education groups are all welcome We can also offer bespoke events for special interest groups We offer easy access to the countryside and seaside to look at many different topics including all different types of habitat food chains growing birds mini beasts map and compass You think of it we will cover it We can do other topics to fit in with your school projects The Ranger Service is also available to visit schools within Mull and Iona for talks and activities covering a wide range of topics and we link in with the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence Within Mull and Iona there are unsurpassed opportunities to go out and study the natural and cultural heritage of our islands We all warmly welcome all groups to come to our sea eagle public viewing site on Loch Frisa where educational activities can be tailored to your needs

    Original URL path: http://www.mict.co.uk/ranger-service/environmental-education/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Island Events 2015 | Mull and Iona Community Trust
    performance of this year s Changing Landscapes project on the theme of Working the Land and Sea with the ranger service staff and pupils from Oban High s School of Traditional Music and tutors Donald Shaw Jan Sutch Pickard and Eleanor MacDougall Music poetry and film from last year s event can be viewed here www nts org uk Site Iona changing landscapes Changing Landscapes Time 3pm Cost Included in

    Original URL path: http://www.mict.co.uk/ranger-service/events/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Mull & Iona Rangers | Mull and Iona Community Trust
    Iona I was lucky enough to be accepted for the post and am still here 12 years later The joys of the job are that Mull and Iona have such a diverse natural beauty and resource that I could not help but be hooked by it Being surrounded by water and my job encompassing everything within that water divide is very special Working for and with the Community to help fulfil their needs and desires gives me great satisfaction and it is very rewarding to know I have their support The wide variety of the job means there is never time to get bored and always a new project to get up and running or new challenges and issues to solve The team I work with are also very supportive Emily Wilkins Ranger for the Ross of Mull Staffa Burg and Iona Hello I m the Ranger for the Ross of Mull and Iona based in Bunessan at the Ross of Mull Historical Centre I work for the Community Trust but also spend half my time looking after the National trust for Scotland properties of Burg Iona and Staffa I m no stranger to Mull and Iona having spent the previous 3 years living and working for the Iona Community at their outdoor centre down at Camas taking visiting young people on camping trips and walks in the local area Prior to this I worked two seasons for the National Trust for Scotland with the Ben Lomond Ranger Service led children s environmental activities at Kilmartin House Museum in Mid Argyll and I ve also spent a couple of years working full time with schoold on the education team od a rural nature reserve and demonstration farm I m pretty much doing the same as jan but focussed down this end of the Island So thats school visits and children s wildlife clubs guided walks and events wildlife monitoring access and environmental projects Thank you to everyone who already helps out with events ideas children s clubs reporting and trapping mink and other procatical tasks If you have any issues projects or ideas you d like a hand with or if you would like to get involved in volunteering I d love to hear from you Rachel French Seasonal Ranger I grew up in Northumberland an amazing part of the United Kingdom with brilliant rural areas wildlife and scenery I was always the muddy child playing with worms catching fish and staying outside until I was numb Nature amazes me and some of my favourites are Grey Seals Kestrels and Toads Not only that but I was lucky enough to grow up with birds of prey around daily as my family grew a successful falconry business No wonder then when I decided to study Wildlife Conservation at the University of Cumbria I thoroughly enjoyed my three years learning about animal behaviour ecology conservation recreational management and much more with a trip to Gambia in West Africa thrown in for field

    Original URL path: http://www.mict.co.uk/ranger-service/rangers/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Mull Eagle Watch | Mull and Iona Community Trust
    Rooms Training and Courses Craignure Self Storage Island Castaways Ranger Service Projects Services Mull and Iona Sustainable Transport ACCESS Project Community Broadband Mull Community Development Plan Ulva Ferry Developments Garmony Hydro Tobermory Light Industrial Mull Musical Minds Sustainable Mull and Iona Public Access Defibrillator Network Funding Contact Mull and Iona Ranger Service Mull Eagle Watch Mull Eagle Watch Mull and Iona Community Trust An Roth Community Enterprise Centre Craignure Isle

    Original URL path: http://www.mict.co.uk/ranger-service/mull-eagle-watch/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Project Reports & Community Consultation | Mull and Iona Community Trust
    was commissioned by the Mull and Iona Community Trust MICT in March 2012 It aims to assess the viability of enhancing visitor infrastructure on the islands of Mull and Iona with a view to delivering a better visitor experience on the islands and helping to manage visitors more effectively The full study of which this report is only phase one comprises o An assessment of the market and core audience segments o An assessment of the current facilities and key issues and opportunities o An identification of interpretive significance and suggested key interpretive messages o A set of costed recommendations for visitor facility and visitor experience improvements o An action plan covering the next three years The appendices include a summary of the main consultation meetings and the full site audit The study is large in terms of geographical area and scope in relation to the budget and timescale It has therefore been essential to remain focused on the core objectives of the study in order to provide an action plan that is both useful and meets the needs of the client team at this stage Please click on the following links to access the full report RRHC MullIona VMI

    Original URL path: http://www.mict.co.uk/ranger-service/reports/ (2016-02-17)
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  • page-0 | Mull and Iona Community Trust
    Sustainable Transport ACCESS Project Community Broadband Mull Community Development Plan Ulva Ferry Developments Garmony Hydro Tobermory Light Industrial Mull Musical Minds Sustainable Mull and Iona Public Access Defibrillator Network Funding Contact Mull and Iona Sustainable Transport page 0 page 0 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me

    Original URL path: http://www.mict.co.uk/projects-services/mist/page-0-2/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Fuel saving tips for trips in your car. | Mull and Iona Community Trust
    effect it will have on your fuel consumption Don t push the accelerator down too far This one always surprises people It s not just to do with what gear you re in You may be in a high gear and travelling at a sensible speed but if you re pushing the accelerator down a long way to avoid changing into a lower gear into third from fourth for example then you re actually using more fuel not less 4 Anticipate the need to slow down Most of the normal wear on clutches is in 1st gear from a stop and if you can avoid stopping you save fuel and mechanical wear and tear You can also save some fuel by trying to understand what the traffic is doing in front of you and travelling steadily at a slow speed rather than accelerating and braking constantly Don t tail gate for the same reason Skip an Occasional Gear No rule says you have to use each gear of your manual transmission every time going through a never changing 1 2 3 4 5 sequence Try going directly from first to third or go from second to fourth without using third Check your tyre pressures regularly The lower the tyre pressure the more fuel the car needs to move it down the road We recommend that you take five minutes every fortnight to check the tyres If you re not sure what the pressure should be you can normally find the figures near the lock inside the driver s door Accelerate smoothly The perfect way to travel is at a constant speed ideally around 50mph and in the highest gear five or six So if you re a patient driver you ll have lower fuel bills it s as simple as that It s unrealistic to avoid overtaking but there s little point accelerating past a car to simply be in front of it at the next set of lights any instant gratification will appear on your fuel bill the next time you fill up Stick to the speed limit If you ignored the law you could shave a bit of time off your journey by travelling above the speed limit particularly on long motorway trips But although you might arrive about 20 minutes early on a 200 mile trip by travelling at 80mph instead of 70mph it s also a false economy While the car is running for 20 minutes less it uses much more fuel when it is travelling That 20 minutes could cost you up to 7 extra in fuel Turn the air conditioning off It s tempting to leave the air con on the whole year round It stops the windows misting up in the winter and you don t ever need to think about the temperature inside the car but it uses quite a bit of fuel Close the windows and sunroof if you ve got one It s not so much of a problem when

    Original URL path: http://www.mict.co.uk/fuel-saving-tips-for-trips-in-your-car/ (2016-02-17)
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