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Waterford - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970

A Walk in The Woods - To Preserve Dunmore’s East Green Belt

category waterford | environment | event notice author Wednesday June 11, 2014 00:23author by Woodland League - Save the People’s Wood Campaign Report this post to the editors

Save Mad Man's Wood - Family Day Walk in the Woods - Dunmore East

DUNMORE EAST SUN 15 JUNE 2014 - - Assemble Haven Hotel at 3pm
Organised by Save the People’s Wood Campaign

On Sunday 15th June, a family day walk will be held in
the woods around the Heaven Hotel Dunmore East, in
support of the Tree Preservation Order (TPO) being
sought by the 'Save the People Wood Campaign'. The
Tree Preservation Order will be voted on by the new Waterford
City and Co. Council in the coming months.
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On Sunday 15th June, a family day walk will be held in
the woods around the Heaven Hotel Dunmore East, in
support of the Tree Preservation Order (TPO) being
sought by the 'Save the People Wood Campaign'. The
Tree Preservation Order will be voted on by the new Waterford
City and Co. Council in the coming months.

If passed it will give legal protection to all the trees in the
Green Belt surrounding Dunmore East. The walk will be led by
tree expert Mr. Andrew St.Ledger of the Woodland League. In a short
introduction before the walk Andrew will explain the importance of
Trees in the environment, how they maintain clean air quality,
stop soil erosion and flooding, add beauty and charm to a locality,
provide a picturesque skyline, flora and fauna and a unique Ecosystem.
Mr. St.Ledger will aslo explain how woods when managed well can
contribute to the economic well being of the village as well as being
a wonderful amenity for local families and visitors.

The walk will start from the Heaven Hotel at 3pm and will return
to the hotel after 4pm where there will be stalls, with tree
preservation information, petitions plus music and fun for kids and
all the family.

The event is organised by the Waterford Council of Trade Unions
and Unite. All are welcome.

Related Link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Woodland-League/198560882580
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