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Community Woodland Larch Removal News

SPHN- Larch Removal, week from 17 Jan 2022

The planning for the removal of the larch is well underway. This update aims to inform you about the planned work for next week, week commencing 17th Jan 2022, and […]

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Community Woodland Larch Removal News

Update on SPHN – Larch Removal

You may have seen our previous post P-Ramorum SPHN Received that was posted on 5th November last year. There have been significant developments since and indeed work is likely to […]

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Community Woodland News

Dark Wids Unsafe

Following storm Arwen last Friday 26th November the Dark Wids are still unsafe and should not be entered. Message from our Gillies Hill Community Woodland Facebook site: “Whoa, it’s a […]

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Community Woodland Larch Removal News

P-Ramorum SPHN Received

Following onsite visits by Scottish Forestry inspectors in October, CCDT has on 1st November 2021 received a Scottish Plant Health Notice (SPHN) from Scottish Forestry. This was after an aerial […]

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Community Woodland Larch Removal News

Scottish Forestry – Tree Health Inspection

Following recent aerial surveys by Scottish Forestry, trees have been identified within our woodland as marked in the maps below that Scottish Forestry would like to inspect on foot, regarding […]

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Community Woodland News

Status of our Woodland Management Plan

CCDT has received funding to commission the development of a Woodland Management Plan that will lay out a long term 25-year vision for the woodland. We will also create a […]

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Community Woodland News

The blog before Christmas…

Dear woodlanders, All this rain has turned the woods into a total bog, nevertheless it has been an enjoyable week here in Gillies Hill Community Woodland. Here’s my update. Well, […]

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Community Woodland Newsletter October 2020

Please take a look at our latest newsletter in the viewer below.  If you would like to become a member you can use the online membership form here:  You can […]

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New Community Forest Manager

The CCDT is pleased to announce that, following our advertisement and selection process, we have appointed our new Community Forest Manager, Amos Higgins. Amos is no stranger to the woods […]