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Amelia Thorogood
Teesside, University of
Teacher. Writer. Creator of woolly knitted things. Rescuers of stray animals. Morris dancer who firmly believes unicorns are real. International flautist.
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How can we save the planet if we don't know where the danger is?

7 surprising things you probably didn't know contain plastic

How can we save the planet if we don't know where the danger is?

Oppression, desire and respectability collide in 1950s Scotland.
Join celebrities in giving up plastic for a month and help save our planet.

Could you go a month without using plastic?

Join celebrities in giving up plastic for a month and help save our planet.

A bucket list worthy drive, Highway One finished our honeymoon USA adventure with a bang.

Highway One: experiencing a taste of the real USA

A bucket list worthy drive, Highway One finished our honeymoon USA adventure with a bang.

Yet again another way in which the UK is not making any effort to tackle the climate crisis.

UK set to miss almost all 2020 nature protection targets

Yet again another way in which the UK is not making any effort to tackle the climate crisis.

Pure birdsong from some of Britain’s most endangered birds set to soar into the charts.

Let Nature Sing: RSPB to release birdsong single into UK charts

Pure birdsong from some of Britain’s most endangered birds set to soar into the charts.

There is now only one male left in the UK.

ENDANGERED: Mouse-Eared Bat

There is now only one male left in the UK.

TNS writer Amelia Thorogood shares the books that inspired her whilst growing up.

Books that changed my life, for International Children's Book day

TNS writer Amelia Thorogood shares the books that inspired her whilst growing up.

It can take up to seven years to get a diagnosis.

Endometriosis – the chronic condition that no one talks about

It can take up to seven years to get a diagnosis.

Rather than giving up chocolate this Lent, how about taking up reading instead?

A little Lent reading

Rather than giving up chocolate this Lent, how about taking up reading instead?

Should those who choose not to go to university to be entitled to an extra year of free education?

Why the CBI's push for an extra year of education is not a bad thing

Should those who choose not to go to university to be entitled to an extra year of free education?

The majority of mental health issues begin in childhood or early adolescence.

The school where yoga, meditation and relationships are part of the curriculum

The majority of mental health issues begin in childhood or early adolescence.

Taught properly, sex education equips children and young people with the necessary tools to combat abuse and make safe and informed choices.

Should parents be allowed to opt their children out of sex education at school?

Taught properly, sex education equips children and young people with the necessary tools to combat abuse and make safe and informed choices.

Are mobile phones ruining our children's education?

Mobile phones in schools: Is a total ban the way forward?

Are mobile phones ruining our children's education?

Ignore the romantic love fest and read these instead.

Eight books about friendship and family to lose yourself in this Valentine's Day

Ignore the romantic love fest and read these instead.

When it comes to dream occupations, this opportunity has to be one of the best.

Earn the equivalent of a six-figure salary to travel the world as a ‘global experience hunter’

When it comes to dream occupations, this opportunity has to be one of the best.

The government needs to start taking responsibility for these tragedies.

We need to talk about climate refugees

The government needs to start taking responsibility for these tragedies.

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