Jan 17 2020

Volunteers go a-wassailing at Langley Vale Wood

[caption id="attachment_15189" align="alignright" width="440"] Wassail procession at Langley Vale Wood. Photo credit: Tish Johnson[/caption] On Sunday 12 January volunteers from Langley Vale Wood picked up their pots and pans, embellished their stakes and wooden pegs and went wassailing to scare away evil spirits and wake the...

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Dec 09 2019

Langley Vale Wood – November update

As we approach the end of the year, Langley Vale Wood site manager, Simon Bateman-Brown, talks us through the latest news and updates from the wood.   Planning We’ve now submitted a range of conditions to the relevant local authorities to hopefully be discharged. These include archaeological works,...

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Nov 12 2019

Langley Vale Wood – October update

October has seen further developments at our Langley Vale Centenary Wood, including the installation of the stone sculptures in the Regiment of Trees area.  Simon Bateman-Brown who is the Site Manager at the wood talks us through current projects in his regular update below...

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Nov 12 2019

Ashenbank Wood’s WW2 history

Ashenbank Wood in Kent has centuries of fascinating history, and its use during the Second World War is especially interesting.   Hidden deep in the woods are the remaining features of three WW2 RAF camps. The camp’s 76 structures included three officers’ barracks and sergeants’ quarters, built...

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