BC. The glaciers melt, the sea rises and Britain becomes an island.
Elm, Oak, Lime and Alder trees arrive (7000 BC) and Beech (rare).
The following web site is recommended:
Tree List at:
Native Tree List (This is not correct either)
Venue: Marlipins Museum
High Street, Shoreham-by-Sea
Time:12.30 pm to 1.30 pm
Speaker: Jon Stokes
Warden Scheme (Link)
Adur Leaves and Trees
Adur Council Tree Page
If Tree Wardens or Local Authorities are to conserve and improve the community's stock of trees, they need to know as much as possible about its present state. Often the first task Tree Wardens undertake is to collate all the existing recorded information about the trees. Where this information is not available, Tree Wardens have been under- taking surveys to discover as much as possible about the location, species, age and condition of the woodland and the non-woodland trees in their area.
A colourful Jay flew out of the taller trees at the top of Buckingham Park and flew over a large expanse of grass (over a football pitch) in the direction of the copse and twitten to Ravensbourne Avenue.
Trees in Buckingham Park
At least two Rooks were positively seen on a roof top in The Drive, Shoreham, and they visited the Rookery of earlier in the year.
Cypress at Southlands Hospital (Eastern Entrance)
and other trees (centre)
British Trees (Old Site Index)
The South Downs Conservation Board conservation workers (including Andy Gattiker and Jenny) were chopping down pine trees in the Mill Hill copse to clear a glade and to allow native trees to grow. The new glade will be immediately behind the entrance as the new trail enters the copse (as shown in the photographs further down this page).