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Friends of Hagg Wood
To increase the
and enhance the appreciation of this local amenity, the Committee of the
Friends of Hagg Wood (FHW) has taken the opportunity to produce a new
edition of our booklet Hagg Wood – Past, Present and Future,
with the support of a
Local Heritage initiative grant
provides an initial outline of the history and ecology of the wood, and
includes a brief description of how the FHW association was formed as
well as an account of past events and activities.
The new booklet contains 44 pages and updates our earlier edition that we produced in 2002, It contains completely new contributions by the eminent landscape historian, Stephen Moorhouse, on the nearby medieval village of Scoreby and its relationship to Hagg Wood, and by local ecologist, Barry Wright, on the history and natural history of local hedgerows close to Hagg Wood.
All of our paid-up members will receive a free copy of the booklet. Copies of the booklet are on sale for £3.00 at Dunnington News or available directly from Linda Maggs on 01904 489127.
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