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Gloucestershire Campaign to Protect Rural England

Funding for Parish Councils and community groups for tree planting

Tuesday, 10 December 2019 16:38

Trees in this condition in Gloucestershire have become increasing evident in the past 12 months Trees in this condition in Gloucestershire have become increasing evident in the past 12 months Richard Lloyd

 

10 December 2019

Funding is available through CPRE Gloucestershire for Parish Councils and community groups in Gloucestershire east of the River Severn to help address the impact of Ash dieback.

Ash dieback is now widespread across the Cotswolds and in the Vale of Gloucester. It cannot be cured and a vast majority of ash trees will be lost over time. Ash is not only important in woodland it is also an important tree the landscape in hedgerows, fields, parks and open spaces. Gloucestershire east of the River Severn is the focus for this scheme as this is the area of the county where ash is most predominant in the landscape.

For further information about the funding available and an application form download the documents below

    Tree fund information
    Tree fund application form
    Tree fund application form in 'word' so that the form can be typed on

Downloads:

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