Senior PR officer
As press officers everywhere know, not every role gives you the chance to shout about genuinely great things! Here, there’s a passion to get a better deal for woods and trees that’s exciting to be part of.
Natalie Stephenson has 6 items in their collection
2018 Tree of the Year winners
Blog post By Natalie Stephenson, 17 October 2018, Things to see and do, Wildlife & nature
A beech tree created to woo a sweetheart 100 years ago, which is still a meeting place for lovers today and a popular place to pop the question, has been crowned England’s Tree of the Year.
TV gardener urges Tree of the Year votes
Blog post By Natalie Stephenson, 17 September 2018, Things to see and do
The Woodland Trust’s annual competition, backed by TV gardener David Domoney, throws the spotlight on the nation‘s best trees. The process is simple – the tree with the most votes wins.
Tree of the year 2018
Blog post By Natalie Stephenson, 19 June 2018, Things to see and do, Wildlife & nature
The hunt for 2018’s Tree of the Year is on! The Woodland Trust is calling for the public’s nominations to find the nation’s favourite tree.
Sheffield tree felling
Blog post By Natalie Stephenson, 26 March 2018, Threats, Policy & influence
Felling has paused after the Woodland Trust and Trees for Cities presented evidence to Sheffield City Council questioning its tree felling assessment.
Andy Burnham Northern Forest
Blog post By Natalie Stephenson, 14 March 2018,
Andy Burnham helps Bolton pupils plant first site of 120 mile new Northern Forest.
First Northern Forest planting
Blog post By Natalie Stephenson, 12 March 2018, Our woods
The ambition to create a Northern Forest spanning 120 miles will begin to take root today on the hills above Bolton.
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