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Do you want to befriend your favourite local trees?

There’s a new organisation being established in Surrey Heath with the aim of keeping a friendly watch over trees in our borough, through a network of volunteer tree wardens. 86 more words

Environment & Nature

How are these oak trees related?

A gorgeous autumn heathland walk today from Lightwater to Deepcut. Hardly a soul to be encountered on the heathland track bordering the Bisley and Pirbright Ranges. 107 more words

Environment & Nature

Frimley Business Association wins ‘Britain in Bloom’ Silver Award

Surrey Heath Borough Council announced on 3rd October 2017,

Frimley Business Association is celebrating after winning a silver medal in the Britain in Bloom competition. Their competition entry was made in memory of Kevin Cantlon, Surrey Heath Borough Council’s Economic Development Officer, who sadly died in April 2017.

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Lightwater Country Park achieves ‘Favourable’ assessment from Natural England

Surrey Heath Borough Council announce that,

Lightwater Country Park has achieved the highest rating from Natural England for the condition of its ecologically important habitat.

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Environment & Nature

Why do leaves change colour in wet areas so early?

Perhaps you have noticed that trees near the water or in a swampy area change colours very early, often in mid August and early September:  542 more words

Environment & Nature

Visiting the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

A couple of weeks ago we visited the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew.

Within its over 320 acres there’s plenty to see and experience. We managed just a part. 146 more words


Interested in trees - come along to the inaugural meeting of Surrey Heath Tree Wardens

Two Camberley residents, Trefor Hogg and Jerry Brownlee, are instigating a tree warden scheme for Surrey Heath, in conjunction the the Borough Council’s Arboricultural Officer. 182 more words

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