These photographs of Scott’s Lane have been taken at 30m intervals both ways along Scott’s Lane at different times of year to provide a record of its changing appearance during the year. They will also assist in the development of the ongoing long-term management plan for the trees and shrubs on Scott’s Lane. The aim of this plan will be to control the sycamore, diversify the range of species to reflect the composition of the original wild wood that would have been here before the land was occupied and converted to agriculture and habitation.

20th March 2017

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30th October 2017

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7th January 2018

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1st February 2019

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