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Forestry England

Celebrate the Gruffalo’s 25th birthday at Haughmond Hill

Forestry England has announced a year-long celebratory trail launching at Haughmond Hill on 25th January.

Coronation Wood to be planted by Forestry England near Ludlow

Forestry England will create a ‘Coronation Wood’ at Bucknell in Shropshire to celebrate the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III.

Coronavirus: Forestry England car parks remain closed

Forestry England is urging people to stay at home, stay local and respect rural car park closures to support the national effort to stop the spread of coronavirus, protect the NHS and save lives.

Haughmond Hill parking charges introduced

Users of Haughmond Hill's Car Park will now have to pay to park after Pay and Display machines were introduced last week.

Tree killer ash dieback fungus found in Dawley

A case of ash dieback has been confirmed at the new Dawley Learning Community site. Telford & Wrekin Council and the Forestry Commission have now instigated a plan to remove the ash saplings.

Ash tree disease found in south Shropshire

The tree disease Chalara, also known as ash dieback, has been found at two locations in south Shropshire.

New woodland path opens in Coalbrookdale

David Wright, MP for Telford & Wrekin has officially opened a new woodland path from the Green Wood Centre in Coalbrookdale.

Shropshire MP objects to Haughmond Hill parking charges

Shropshire MP Daniel Kawczynski has asked for the Forestry Commission to "reconsider" their proposed car parking charges at Haughmond Hill.
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