Patrick Cregg MBE
Director - Northern Ireland
I am privileged to be the Northern Ireland director of the Woodland Trust. Since our establishment on this side of the Irish Sea some twenty years ago, we have worked hard to put trees and woodland on a more secure footing. However we must avoid complacency as much is still required.
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Full steam ahead at Brackfield
Blog post By Patrick Cregg MBE, 20 January 2018, Our woods, Things to see and do
A summary of activity at Northern Ireland's Centenary Wood, from the most recent event to the impact of forthcoming road works.
Time to deliver: update on Northern Ireland election
Blog post By Patrick Cregg MBE, 7 March 2017, Policy & influence
Our native trees and woodlands face many threats. We all have a responsibility to ensure them a better future.
A Programme for Government in Northern Ireland
Blog post By Patrick Cregg MBE, 9 January 2017, Policy & influence
Trees and woodland can add real value to the quality of all our lives.
Stand up for trees and woods in Northern Ireland
Blog post By Patrick Cregg MBE, 1 August 2016, Policy & influence
A new team of ministers is appointed to the Northern Ireland Executive. Make sure they put trees and woods high on the agenda.
Northern Ireland Assembly elections: Our response
Blog post By Patrick Cregg MBE, 10 May 2016, Policy & influence
The votes have been cast and counted, and we now know who will represent us in the Assembly at Stormont. Find out more.
Make your vote count for trees in Northern Ireland
Blog post By Patrick Cregg MBE, 7 March 2016, Policy & influence
With the 2016 Northern Ireland Assembly election just around the corner, we’re asking voters to check out the green credentials of prospective candidates.
A temporary reprieve for Cairn Wood
Blog post By Patrick Cregg MBE, 16 February 2016, Threats
County Down’s Cairn Wood, and its precious wildlife, can breathe a sigh of relief – at least for now.
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