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Autumnwatch in your neighbourhood

Auntumnwatch is happening accross the UK and that includes in your neighbourhood! Members of the Woodland Trust are currently out and about spreading the word about ancient trees and autumnal colour. Watch their videos to discover more....

Sam Gardner - Regional Development Officer for the Woodland Trust enthuses about ancient trees from within the branches of a Cedar of Lebanon


http://news.bbc.co.uk/player/nol/newsid_7080000/newsid_7080100/7080145.stm?bw=bb&mp=wm&news=1

BBC regional radio has been holding interviews accross the country with local tree hunters. Lancashire, Worcestershire, Nottingham, Lincolnshire are to name but a few - go to your local BBC listen again site to hear more.

Heather Swift being interviewed for the radio

Heather Swift - Regional Manager for the Woodland Trust was captured on film during her recent interview with BBC Lancashire

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=1I2MH3Q6T20

Tim Kirwin - Woodland Officer for the Woodland Trust can be seen hugging trees on the BBC Northwest website on their latest stories page

http://www.bbc.co.uk/northwesttonight/latest_stories/

A challenge to 'Autumnwatchers'

Do you have an old, fat tree in your neighbourhood? Are you a budding Bill Oddie or Kate Humble and think you'd make a great Autumnwatch presenter? If so, we want to share your talent with the world. Make a short video enthusing about your local, fat, old trees and we will post it on this web site for the everyone to see.

Send your short films to the Ancient Tree Hunt team TODAY!