Another way is not to put a ring road through it :)
Thanks Clive I'll certainly order a copy. Can you still buy Worthington White
Shield down the 7 Bells or was it 8?
From: Clive Mayhew - Arboriculturist [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 23 January 2012 19:15
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: Limiting Damage to Woodland Archaeology
To continue a theme, a local Historic Environment Awareness Project has
produced a little 18 page cab card booklet entitled: 'How to limit damage to
historical features in woodland.'
The simple answer seems to be: a) Drive round it, or b) Cover with brash. The
booklet is pretty simple, but it also contains some useful information,
illustrations and a few photos.
It's free, and I'm happy to send anyone a copy, on receipt of an A3 stamped
and addressed envelope. It'll need a 58p or 75p stamp - depending on how
quickly you want the postie to return it.
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