26th March 2023: March 2023Newsletter
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28th November 2022: Surrey Network Greetings cards!
A Christmas gift? How about a pack of Greetings cards featuring two designs and sold in aid of the Surrey Network.
The two pictures: a landscape view of morning mists, and the glorious detail of the magnificent old yew in the churchyard at Ewhurst. Each pack includes 10 cards and envelopes (5 of each image). The insides of the cards are blank for your own message.
A pack of 10, with 5 of each design costs £6.00 plus P&P.
If you'd like to order some, contact us and we'll get back to you with ordering details.
19th September 2022: Autumn Newsletter
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30th May 2022: Summer Newsletter
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Fundraising: Ink Cartridges
One of the ways Surrey Tree Wardens raise funds is by recycling old printer ink cartridges. You can help by saving up your used printer ink cartridges and toners and bringing them along to one of the tree warden events. Out contacts are happy to take any type of cartridge (although we only get paid for some types!). If you have some and want to get them to us, please contact us.
24th February 2022: Winter Newsletter
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A fun competition from Gina Parr-Davies of the Tadworth and Walton group, for people to run locally within their own tree warden groups: Quiz
25th September 2021: Autumn Newsletter
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23rd July 2021: Summer Newsletter
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2nd April 2021: Highway Tree Planting
Some Tree Warden groups have hit upon obstacles concerning their highway tree planting under the 'Surrey's New Tree
Strategy' 2020 guidelines. If you haven't seen the guidelines yet you can view the document at
Highway planting is detailed from page 38. A meeting has taken place with the SCC Highways Manager to discuss the problems that have arisen, and a written response is expected. This is clearly a big issue for many Tree Wardens, and one that the Surrey Tree Warden Committee will follow up.
2nd April 2021: Spring Newsletter
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