January Big Table Round Up Blog

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This Roundup blog includes all the news and animal welfare activity from December and January.

From the importance of our soils on World Soil Day, to a review of Compassion’s work over 2021, and from Philip’s take on Veganuary, to our Patron Dame Joanna Lumley delivering the Peter Roberts Memorial Lecture on 2nd April this year.

Please do catch up on the articles, blogs and extensive social media support for all these stories plus so much more.


Opinion Articles

17th Dec: Puffins face extinction in Scotland with overfishing of their main source of food, sandeels, to make animal feed a major problem

4th Jan: Veganuary can be just as hedonistic for foodies as the festive season

27th Dec: Remember this New Year, protecting animals will protect us all

13th Dec: Rewilding Scotland’s wildernesses should be accompanied by ‘renaturing’ its farms

6th Dec: The super-heroes of soil: Why the world under our feet matters and why it is under threat



Will Our Grandchildren Ever Get To See A Puffin?

Fancy A New Style Of Hedonism This January?

2021 – A Review of the Year

Whatever Our Differences, How Will You Celebrate New Year?

Renaturing – Creating Lifelong Memories in the Countryside

The Super Heroes of Soil


Social Media – Top Stories





Speaker Event

Image Credit: Compassion in World Farming / Richard Dunwoody

Dame Joanna Lumley will be sharing the stage with Philip on Saturday 2nd April, to deliver the 2022 Peter Roberts Memorial Lecture.

Joanna will be speaking about ‘The True Meaning of Compassion’ and the event will be held at 12 noon at the prestigious Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford.

With grateful thanks to the Oxford Literary Festival who will be kindly hosting the event.

If you wish to attend please use this link 

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