Doug Edworthy of Larches Cottage was appointed Tree Warden at the 2016 Annual Parish Meeting – his contact details are:
Doug Edworthy, Larches Cottage, Carricks Hill, Dallington, Heathfield, East Sussex, TN21 9JL 01435 830195 email email@example.com
Did you know Dallington has many pieces of ancient woodland within the parish boundary? The High Weald Partnership has published some fascinating information, including maps of ancient woodland, historic settlements, ancient trackways, and much more for every parish in the High Weald.
Go to http://www.highweald.org/downloads/publications.html and find the ZIP file of ‘Dallington Landscape Character Maps’. It is a large 65.75 MB file but well worth downloading if your broadband speed allows. We would like to have the individual maps available as separate files on the Dallington website but copyright issues prevent us from doing so at the moment.
Would you be interested in ‘Tree Walks’? Do you know of any special, rare or interesting trees in the Parish? What do Dallington’s trees mean to you and to your family? Doug is very interested to hear your ideas and how you would like to celebrate Dallington’s trees.
We hope you will also enjoy the photographs below of Dallington Forest, which come from the Geograph website, and are reproduced here under a Creative Commons License. To see the images full size, and to find others from around this area, go to Geograph and use the interactive maps.