• At last! A chance to ‘Save our ancients’

    At last! A chance to ‘Save our ancients’   It’s official: planning policy is failing our most precious woodland habitats. Now’s the time to stop it. February’s Housing White Paper included an unexpected but very welcome intention to ‘strengthen the rules to increase the protection’ for ancient woodland and aged and veteran trees. To do […]

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  • They Breathe Life into our World

    My first memory is being in a pram under the gently swaying branches of a large elm tree in our vicarage garden. Later I would have a swing attached to that same tree and enjoy many happy times swinging there as did my sister and brother. Very sadly that tree was lost to Dutch elm […]

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  • Save our Trees

    We must save these (and all other trees on this planet),  without which our wildlife and our own health will suffer. Trees in cities help clear the air of pollution and they produce oxygen. While housing birds, insects, squirrels, and so many more forms of wildlife. Destroying nature is criminal. Mankind will destroy itself! Why […]

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  • Forest History

    Forests have seen things from decades or centuries. They are a living connection to our history. The very Oak tree the future King Charles II of England hid in to escape the Roundheads (following the Battle of Worcester in 1651) is still in existence. As is Nottingham forest where Robin Hood is reported to have […]

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  • Untold Value

    The value they hold will only be realised by some people when they have gone, and then it is too late. This must not happen.

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  • Save our Trees

    Trees are our survival.

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