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Postcards from New Zealand 2017

For many years MW’s Senior Landscape Architect Clive McDonnell has spent the winter months in New Zealand– for the next 8 weeks follow #CliveInNZ for his latest photographic updates!







It’s been a fantastic 8 weeks– now safely home in the UK.







“One more week! Here are some recent highlights”.



“Best wishes to all at MW. I attach a couple of piccies taken earlier on in my trip. One shot is of a favourite lake on the west coast and the other a Pukeko’s nest– a clown like bird like a large Moorhen”.

A colourful addition to any front porch





“Two thirds of the way through my trip, here are a few more highlights”

More great blue skies and fantastic landscapes on NZ’s South Island from last week

Latest update from Clive Down Under



Shots of two of Clive’s fishing holes from between Christmas and New Year to brighten up a windy morning– one salt water, the other fresh

Happy New Year from New Zealand!

Last update from Clive before Christmas– “Happy Xmas to all at MW from New Zealand!”

Quick update from Clive– looks like he’s having better weather than we are!

For the next 8 weeks follow #CliveInNZ for his latest photographic updates!
21 December 2017 by Neil Coverly

Season’s Greetings from all at Murdoch Wickham

According to Unicef, right now, more than 8 million Syrian children are in danger. Many have lost their homes, their schools and even their families. They face unspeakable violence and a lack of food, health care and clean water. Now Syria’s children face another threat– the deadly cold winter.

Frightened children face freezing temperatures with no way of keeping warm. Without access to shelter, blankets or warm clothes, many children will struggle to survive.

Unicef is working tirelessly to protect Syrian children and give them hope for a happy future. They’re there in Syria and in the refugee camps, ensuring children have blankets, warm clothes and medicine. But they’re also providing longer-term support to help children, young people and families rebuild their lives. They’re providing education, psychosocial support and safe spaces for them to play and have some much-needed fun.

Here at Murdoch Wickham again this year, instead of sending Christmas cards, we are continuing to support Unicef by giving emergency supplies to help Syrian children.

www.unicef.org.uk/donate/syria/





11 December 2017 by Neil Coverly

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