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Come and see us at Chelsea Flower Show

Posted on Monday, April, 8th, 2019

We're chuffed to have been invited to exhibit at this year's Chelsea Flower Show. We'll be in the Discovery Zone - the educational area - alongsides the Horticultural Trade Association, Reading University, the Genetics Society and others. Our stand has been designed to not only tell you how we work, but also explain the multiple benefits of forestry to the UK as a whole. As well as backdrops we're making up four mini-woodlands to show the types of projects we're involved in - native riparian, commerical conifer, English high forest and Caledonian pinewood. We'll also be introducing our new Carbon Club for households and families.

If you're coming to the Show it'd be great to see you.

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