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“At the moment our woodland area is totally overgrown, which means the shade from the trees prevents native shrubs and woodland flowers from growing. This is why we are removing a number of trees so that, in the winter of 2010, we can start to replant the wood with native trees and traditional wildflowers, such as bluebells and wood anemones. We hope the improved woodland will encourage more wildlife, and will be a lovely area for park visitors to discover.”The woodland work has been agreed by the Forestry Commission and will be carried out by The Forest of Mercia.
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