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#Project365; Day 128. In the end, it doesn't even matter. Although, hedgelaying is quite important...

This hedgelaying with coppiced hazel at Chinthurst Hill makes a beautiful, bleak structure (which will fill in and become a lush, living thing).

One of my many favourite Linkin Park songs. 10 more words


Rumbush Lane Coppice: saved

On 12th May, the Chairman of the Dickens Heath Residents Association reports that the Planning Inspectorate has refused the landowner’s appeal against for permission to build a detached house in Rumbush Lane Coppice (B90). 167 more words


Quirky Dorset - Part 11

– – – Exploring The Countryside and Lanes of Dorset – – –

Its time for a new theme for the coming week and I thought we would revisit an old theme and add some more posts about ‘Quirky Dorset’. 667 more words


Surrey365; Day 45. Layers of leaves.

Classic coppice; understory of hazel, middle layer of rowan and mature oak above. Love these leaf patterns. :-)


Surrey365; Day 28. More bluebells.

This lovely little copse is paradise in spring; bluebells, wood anenomes, celandines and other wild flowers carpet the ground. It’s very quiet, too, so not as blighted by dog mess as a lot of the places I walk sadly are.