Archive for May, 2010

June newsletter | 31st May, 2010

The June newsletter is now available to download from the link below.

Woodland view

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SWOG event – Using your wood to heat your home | 27th May, 2010

This was a very successful and informative event held at Flimwell last weekend (22nd May).    There were three main speakers, Mike Pepler of Ashden Awards, Matthew Woodcock from the  Forestry commission and Nick Gibbs editor of  Living Woods magazine.

Flimwell meeting

Dr Mike and pie chart

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Oak timber framing course | 19th May, 2010

There’s a great oak timber framing course coming up later in the year.

Oak framed building

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Willoughby Wood – Part II | 16th May, 2010

If you didn’t see it in last months Newsletter, it is worth catching up on the 1st part of Robert and Dorothy’s fascinating account of the  birth of  Willoughby Wood.

Trees and spirals

The 4500 trees in the ground before further wintry weather

Part II – The Labour Continues

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SEWAF newsletter | 08th May, 2010

David Brown from SEWAF (the South East Woodland Archaeology Forum), has compiled a new newsletter for the group.

SEWAF Newsletter - April 2009

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West Weald Landscape Partnership | 07th May, 2010

This is a very worthwhile  project based at Woods Mill near Henfield and covering a large part of the west weald of Sussex and southern Surrey.

Bluebells

You can download their latest newsletter here, or visit the website.  It’s  full of interesting information and articles, especially if you live or have a woodland in the area.

Butterflies on the wing | 03rd May, 2010

Steve Wheatley from the Rother Woods Butterfly Conservation Group continues to collate information about butterflies you may  see in the Rother and High Weald region.

Comma - butterfly

The ragged winged 'Comma'

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