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Plant Walk at Allens Gardens, N16 5BD

May 11, 2014 from 11am to 1pm
Sunday May 11. Join a relaxed stroll around the tiny gem that is Allens Gardens - learn to identify some of the plants that grow there with local plant expert Annie Chipchase. 11 am - 1, meet at the childrens play area in the centre of the park. Entrances off Bethune Road N16 and Sandringham Court, via Dunsmure rd N16. A donation of £2.50 would be appreciated if possible. All welcome. Absolutely no experience necessary!See More
6 hours ago
Sally Haywill commented on Sally Haywill's blog post 'Threatened Trees'
"Thanks Russell,  I think 1 - 3 are involved. I just worry that enforcement will not be applied vigorously enough/in time to save the trees. Are there any 'higher bodies' one can appeal to/inform?"
Apr 19, 2012
Russell Miller commented on Sally Haywill's blog post 'Threatened Trees'
"Sally what is the nature of the threat? property/tree owners doing unauthorised work on the trees property/tree owners seeking permission to do authorised work on the trees planning application for building full planning permission granted The…"
Apr 18, 2012
James Diamond commented on Sally Haywill's blog post 'Threatened Trees'
"I'm not sure how the TPO system works, but I should think the council's tree officers would be the first point of call.  I met one of them recently and I think they have a quasi-legal powers to protect trees."
Apr 18, 2012
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East London BeeKeepers at London Wildlife Trust East Reservoir, Newnton Close

April 22, 2012 from 4pm to 5:30pm
Meeting for BeeKeepers/wannabe BeeKeepers in East London and thereabouts. Informal, friendly gathering to share experiences, ideas, offer support and advice.Please arrive on time as we will lock the gate soon after 4pm!See More
Apr 18, 2012
Sally Haywill posted a blog post

Threatened Trees

A group of trees recently TPO'd are nevertheless in danger from development on the corner of Amhurst Park and Bethune Road. Can anyone suggest ways to protect them?'Crabtrees' a local campaign have succeeded in getting some dozen trees in our back gardens and locally TPO'd, after an 8 year long campaign. Hurray! But this means nothing if the TPO's can be flouted -as seems to be happening.See More
Apr 18, 2012
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Threatened Trees

Posted on April 18, 2012 at 8:50 3 Comments

A group of trees recently TPO'd are nevertheless in danger from development on the corner of Amhurst Park and Bethune Road. Can anyone suggest ways to protect them?

'Crabtrees' a local campaign have succeeded in getting some dozen trees in our back gardens and locally TPO'd, after an 8 year long campaign. Hurray! But this means nothing if the TPO's can be flouted -as seems to be happening.

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