Archive for September, 2011

October Newsletter | 30th Sep, 2011

Picture courtesy of Elaine Hodgeson

Well Autumn should really be well underway now, but the weather this week seems to be telling us something different.   This year seems to be a bumber crop for berries:  hawthorn, sloe, elder, the hedgrows are brimming, as is this months newsletter.

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| 27th Sep, 2011

Kevin Lerwill of the Gatwick Greenspace Partnership has sent us an interesting article about a recent overnight camp in a wood near Rusper. Their aim is to conserve and enhance the Sussex landscape, its wildlife and habitats and inspire people to care about their natural environment to help safeguard the county for future generations.

Gatwick greenspace is part of the Sussex Wildlife Trust, you will find them on Facebook and Twitter. To  join follow this link

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Bentley Woodfair | 19th Sep, 2011

SWOG was at the  Bentley Woodfair again which took place last weekend.  It is one of the biggest and best shows in the country and could take you the whole weekend to go round.

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Bentley Show | 16th Sep, 2011

Dont’ forget it’s the Bentley Woodfair this weekend, it would be great to see as many of you there as possible.  Drop in for a chat, a cup of tea and pick up a bargain fleece and t shirt.

More details on the woodfairs website

Introduction to Woodland management course | 09th Sep, 2011

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SWOG at Westonbirt | 06th Sep, 2011

SWOG were kindly offered a share of the Woodlands.co.uk tent at the Westonbirt woodfair which took place over the bank holiday weekend.

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Newsletter, Sept 2011 | 01st Sep, 2011

I can’t believe it is September already, coppicing can start again! Ahh, the smell of chainsaw oil in the morning, lovely!
September newsletter is another corker. Thanks to Sarah for writing and editing and to all those who contributed, keep it coming.

(This is a ride that Mike and I coppiced a couple of years ago – it is full of birds and butterflies now, lovely! )

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