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Hand carved spoon from a beech tree felled in Pulborough West

Hand carved spoon from a beech tree felled in Pulborough West


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The Resident - Property Guide - 16th April 2010

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The District Post - 10th October 2014

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The District Post - 09 August 2013

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The Weald: the sparrowhawk flies in January woods

Sussex Local - Pulborough - September 2017

But perhaps the most amazing crow nests are the ones built around Tokyo, Japan. Twigs and other natural materials are hard to come by in the busy metropolis ...

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... with the publicity board outside the Opera House for The Ring 6, all taken 3/6/2013. Today started hedge cutting, doing beech one on front of house, ...

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Hedges & Hurdles contracts out Hedgelaying, Wattle Hurdle Making and other woodland management services to local authorities, organisations such as the ...

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Neither of us knew what they were, but I brought some samples home for further investigation. The spoon-shaped leaves seem to ...

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The District Post - 05 July 2013

... near Pulborough, West Sussex. I have always enjoyed these events and this time was no exception - here is a tiny little taste of what we got up to:

We then had a very interesting tour of the interior of the Keep with creastive restoration of the way it would have been furnished. The attending staff were ...

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The Resident - Property Guide - 30th April 2010


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Hambledon Hill in Dorset, a massive and 'magical' Iron Age hill fort, has been bought by the National Trust for the nation. The hill has a rich natural and ...

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192 Highbury Hill, referred to above by William Gowlland, the home of the Gowlland family in the 1890s