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    Cultivating a greater sense of well-being

    Samantha Lagan from Trees for Cities introduces a project that uses the natural healing power of trees and green space to improve time in hospital for patients and staff alike. There is an emerging body of evidence to indicate that contact with nature provides benefits for health and wellbeing. Research shows that

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  • by Rob Fraser

    The Light Walk – A Charter Branch Profile

    Harriet Fraser and Rob Fraser – a writer and photographer based in Cumbria – are the leads for a Charter Branch based in Cumbria. The Long View is a project focusing on seven trees in the landscape of the Lake District National Park. Throughout 2016 and 2017 they are creating work that explores

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  • Summer LEAF

    LEAF! Summer issue – Midsummer Dreams

    Available from Charter Branches and Wildlife Trust branches across the UK. Pick up your copy over the coming weeks at the Tatton Park Flower Show, Great Yorkshire Show, Art in Action or the Royal Welsh Show!

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    #StickySituation – Make a Memory Stick!

    Trees are sticking up for us all the time – cleaning the air that we breathe, absorbing carbon and pollution, supporting our valuable wildlife and making our landscape beautiful. That’s easy to forget. If we want them to carry on doing this great work we need to remember them and

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