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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Nov 11 2019

Special Branch Update – November

It's November and this month is all change - the trees have gone from green to gold and the political world is topsy-tervey as we prepare to elect a new government. In this months update I'll outline what you can expect in upcoming campaigns, how...

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Nov 09 2019

Pontburn Woods Volunteer Working Day

Situated in the beautiful Derwent Valley, Pontburn Woods is a large area of ancient semi-natural woodland, and on Saturday 2nd November it served as the location for my first volunteer working day with the Woodland Trust. The weather forecast had promised rain and gloom, and so...

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