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Woodland Trust

As all residents know well we are blessed in Tarvin in having an exceptional Woodland along one edge of the Parish
The Woodland Trust team have a website that displays all that there is to know about the Woodland.
Over recent weeks , Charles Bradley, a Director of the Woodland Trust, has been sharing his extensive knowledge with us of the various plants and trees you can find in the area over several articles published in Tarvinonline.
A key part of the original remit of the Tarvnonline team was to keep every article we have written since we started over 7 years ago to give a history of our village life over these years and now have nearly 4700 articles in the archive.
Searching for a topic is easy — just type in Bradley for example in the search box!
Also you could link to the Tarvin Community Woodland Trust website to see all of Charles Bradley's articles collated in one place. Just click here and see what else is on offer there.

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