Senior PR Officer
From beech trees to bluebells, badgers to butterflies, not much tops being out and about in our woods. As part of the PR team it’s my job to spread the word about the magnificent work the Trust does.
Dee Smith has 29 items in their collection
Suffolk Show targeting tree disease
Blog post By Dee Smith, 25 May 2018, Things to see and do, Threats, Tree planting
With cases of tree disease on the increase, the Woodland Trust is offering landowners visiting the Suffolk Show the opportunity to claim a special tree pack to help strengthen the rural landscape.
HS2 tunnel decision
Blog post By Dee Smith, 24 May 2018, Ancient trees, Threats
The Woodland Trust has slammed a decision to plough ahead with proposals for two tunnels on Phase 2a of HS2 that will destroy nearly seven hectares of ancient woodland.
new schools resource
Blog post By Dee Smith, 1 May 2018, Things to see and do, Tree planting
A growing desire from schools to plant trees has led the Woodland Trust to launch a new resource for teachers.
Log cabin plans rejected
Blog post By Dee Smith, 11 April 2018, Policy & influence, Threats, Ancient trees
The Woodland Trust has welcomed a decision by Forest of Dean District Council to refuse plans for holiday accommodation that would have destroyed precious ancient woodland.
Queen's green planet
Blog post By Dee Smith, 3 April 2018, Things to see and do, Working with partners
As part of a campaign leading up to landmark ITV documentary, The Queen's Green Planet, the Woodland Trust will be providing 50,000 trees for ITV viewers.
European Tree of the Year
Blog post By Dee Smith, 22 March 2018, Ancient trees, Policy & influence
The Gilwell Oak has come fifth in the European Tree of the Year contest.
Government’s Command paper
Blog post By Dee Smith, 27 February 2018, Policy & influence
Beccy Speight, the Chief Executive of the Woodland Trust, has given her response to the Government’s publication of the Command paper on agriculture.
Blog post By Dee Smith, 19 February 2018, Our woods
tree of the year voting
Blog post By Dee Smith, 14 February 2018,
We’ve got until 28 February to help make the Gilwell Oak the European Tree of the Year.
Vote Vote Vote!
Blog post By Dee Smith, 1 February 2018, Things to see and do
The Woodland Trust is calling for the British public to get behind the Gillwell Oak to take the European Tree of the Year Crown (Photo: WTML)