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Ancient Woodland Course: ancient woodland slides

This is the slide presentation I used last Saturday. The trees we talked about are shown in the pdf attached to this post.

Ancient Woodland slides.

Ecological Survey

A little something from the Neighbours

As there has been little posted recently by HEAT here is a little something informative from the Wymondham Nature Group. with a date for your diaries: 636 more words

Ancient Woodland Course: Clarence Seyler

Clarence Seyler Swansea’s most famous Public Analyst worked for the Borough of Swansea from 1892 until his retirement in 1943. Born in 1866 and educated in London, he came to Swansea as the assistant of Dr William Morgan in 1892. 242 more words


Ancient Woodland Course: A draft Landscape Action Plan

My latest draft of a proposed Landscape Action Plan for use by interested parties. Only partial as I’d expect to complete this in collaboration with the ground staff to get the final form plan. 878 more words


Ancient Woodland Course: The Ancient Trees of Penllergare/Llan valley

This is the ancient trees booklet I recently completed. We’ll be seeing most of the trees mentioned here in the fieldwork session on 3 March.

Ancient Woodland Penllergare version 2


Ancient Woodland Course: Charter of William de Newburgh to the Burgesses of Swansea [1158-1184]

This is the de Newburgh Charter. The bold type is my emphasis  to highlight the woodland clauses. More in the classroom sessions.

William, Earl of Warwick, to all barons, burgesses, and men, as well English as Welsh and both present and future, greetings. 763 more words

Ancient Woodland