Heart of Durham ‘Oneness’ – a take on the BBC ‘idents’!

Anne Porter Heart of Durham, News

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The BBC One ‘Oneness’ idents are a set of on-screen channel identities which are being used on BBC One before the main programmes. The idents feature groups of people doing activities in everyday life, with the aim of the showing them coming together in various ways, from keep fit classes, mountain rescue and sea swimmers.

The Heart of Durham project volunteers decided to do their own “oneness” photo shoot showcasing the team’s satisfaction after a wonderful team effort clearing brash at Black Plantation on Friday 3rd of February.

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Lunch is always a welcome “Oneness” activity

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A chance to relax!


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The volunteer team in full flow

Anne Porter

Anne Porter initially joined the Heart of Durham project as a volunteer, helping to carry out adder surveys on an 8-week placement as part of a post-graduate degree in Environmental Management. Anne’s dedication and enthusiasm for her work continues to inspire people of all ages to get involved nature conservation.