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New trees provide shelter for bees and working horses

by Rory Francis, Communications Officer - Wales on 06 October 2015

With our Tree Pack farmers only need to pay for one out of every three trees they plant!

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Sculptures reveal secret life of Moncreiffe Hill Wood

by Rory Syme, PR & Communications Officer on 05 October 2015

Stone footprints are the latest addition to our sculpture trail at Moncreiffe Hill Wood near Perth.

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Woodland Trust at the Labour Party conference

by Lorraine Mullally, Lead Government Affairs Officer on 02 October 2015

This week Brighton gave a sunny welcome to the Labour Party for its annual conference and The Woodland Trust held a rousing event on the fringes of the conference.

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Discover the wonder of autumn's arrival

by Lucy Verasamy, Guest Blogger on 01 October 2015

With this year coinciding with the 100 year anniversary of the First World War, a Centenary Wood has recently been created on the Langley Vale site.

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New partnership to plant trees in Peak District

by Chris Hickman, Senior PR Officer on 30 September 2015

We're involved in a new tree planting partnership in the Peak District to help landowners and farmers create new woodland for free.

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Fall for autumn colour with the Woodland Trust

by Chris Hickman, Senior PR Officer on 29 September 2015

Get some inspiration for autumnal walks with the Woodland Trust’s top locations to take in spectacular autumn colour.

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Autumn berries: The story so far

by Kate Lewthwaite, Citizen Science Manager on 28 September 2015

A number of people have been in touch to tell us how autumn fruits are looking in their neck of the woods/part of the country this year.

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Celebrate National Red Squirrel Week

by Hayley Broad, Contributor on 28 September 2015

This week is National Red Squirrel Week, so we’re shining the spotlight on one of our favourite wild woodland creatures.

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Planning reform: An opportunity to share your experiences

by Victoria Bankes Price, Planning Advisor on 28 September 2015

Since the formation of the new Government the pace of change for planning has been hotting up as the political spotlight shines ever brighter on the housing crisis.

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Vote for Roger Parkinson

by Sarah Shaw, Volunteering Development Coordinator on 25 September 2015

Woodland Creation Champion and Volunteer Speaker, Roger Parkinson, has been nominated for the Learning Outside the Classroom Innovator award. And we'd really appreciate your votes.