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    • Hackney Council

      5,000 new street trees to be planted in Hackney

      Hackney Council is set to plant 5,000 new street trees by 2022. This will increase canopy cover by 50% in the single largest investment in trees in the history of the borough. Also, the council will deliver an additional 1,000 high-quality trees in parks and green spaces, and work with…

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    • Ash dieback strikes in Adur and Worthing

      A community task force has been created for a replanting scheme to help control an infection which could wipe out all ash trees in Adur and Worthing.   A plan to combat the loss of more than 1,200 ash trees, killed after succumbing to Ash Dieback, is now in it’s initial…

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    • Tree surgeon and homeowner fined for illegally cutting down tree

      Bexley has successfully prosecuted a local homeowner and his tree surgeon for illegally cutting down a protected tree. The Sycamore tree, at a property in White Oak Gardens, Sidcup, was protected by a Tree Preservation Order. On 16 September the tree surgeon, operating as TPA Tree Surgery, pleaded guilty in…

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    • Oak

      Surrey to plant 1.2 million trees

      Surrey County Council has committed to facilitate the planting of 1.2 million trees – one for every Surrey resident – by 2030. The very first tree will be planted this Saturday (5 October), at the 10th anniversary Surrey Hills Wood Fair in Cranleigh. The oak tree will be planted by…

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    • Chestnut Walk

      Dying trees in Chestnut Walk Reading to be replaced

      Dying and diseased trees along Reading’s historic Chestnut Walk are set to be removed and replaced with new ones. This is part of a wider £160,000 improvement plan. The plan will also include the introduction of pedestrian lighting and CCTV for the first time along the pathway. Chestnut Walk is…

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    • Tree felled by the same person that planted it 40 years ago

      When trainee tree surgeon Leo Lamont joined the council back in the late 1970s one of his first jobs was to plant a line of elm saplings in Preston Park. Fast forward over 40 years, and Leo is back in the park but this time with a heavy heart –…

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    • Malvern launches new tree walks

      Visitors to Malvern can now enjoy what has been hailed as the country’s ‘finest classical urban arboretum’ thanks to the launch of a series of new guides. Mike Goodfellow-Smith, founder of Malvern’s Marvellous Trees, and a band of dedicated volunteers have produced four new walks showcasing the town’s tree promenades.  The guides were…

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    • Bridgnorth

      Bridgnorth sign Woodland Trust Tree Charter

      At a meeting of Bridgnorth Town Council on Tuesday evening (20th August) Bridgnorth Town Council voted to sign up to the Tree Charter developed by the Woodland Trust. The motion was the idea of Councillor Carol Whittle. It commits the Council to working towards 10 principles that will encourage the…

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