Goodie news for Tweedmouth trees

Goodie news for Tweedmouth trees
 

0 Have your say One of England’s most northerly woodlands is to be protected by law so it can be enjoyed by current and future generations.
With the backing of local residents, Northumberland County Council is in the process of making a provisional Tree Preservation Order on the 8.5 hectare Goodie Patchy woodland.
The area, on the south bank of the Tweed estuary in Berwick, provides a link between the communities of Tweedmouth and Spittal.
It is also the only major patch of woodland in the estuary area, particularly popular with dog walkers.
Ross Weddle, from the local residents association... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 27
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