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Ash dieback walk and talk

Surrey Wildlife Trust is hosting a short walk and talk at Norbury Park on Saturday 19th January to discuss the Ash dieback forestry works which have been going on there over the past two weeks.

The number of confirmed findings of Ash dieback is continuing to increase and this is your opportunity to find out more about it and see how the forestry works are going.

To help the organisers manage the event, which starts at 10am, you are asked to book places by contacting or by calling 01483 910087. Further details will also be available.

SWT asks that this information be passed onto your groups and forums to spread the word. More about Ash dieback can be found at  

Mickleham Parish Council Ash dieback walk and talk