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BTC/89/2014 - The National Trust; responsible national institution or hidden threat to our living heritage? Municipal Tree Officer’s Association Newsletter (Spring 2014)

Due to the extensive international press coverage, most of you will already be aware that The National Trust felled one of Britain’s most important heritage trees, The Duke of Wellington Cedar, at Kingston Lacy House in Dorset, just before Christmas. Jeremy Barrell, who knew this tree well from working on it in the early 1980s and visiting it only a few months ago, now updates us on the controversy that surrounded its removal.

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