Woodland Restoration Press Reports

Brian May Woodland in Bere Regis - Bere Regis Village Website

www.bereregis.org/brianmaywoodland.htm
 
Dr Brian May CBE came to the Village on 11th February 2013 to present his Vision on how he will plant a 100,000 tree Woodland on the 63 Hectares he has bought to the South of Shitterton. The Forestry Management Company he is using, UPM Tilhill, helped him outline the detail of the ...
 

Brian May came to Dorset to talk about his conservation plans | Dorset ...

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12 Feb 2013 - ... residents in Bere Regis. Queen guitarist Brian May spent yesterday in the village to discuss his plans to transform around 160 acres of land in the area into a woodland nature reserve. Dozens of residents flocked to Drax Hall to see the ' We will Rock You' star present his ideas to plant100,000 trees on the ...
 

Brian May: Me and my animal passions | From the Guardian | The ...

https://www.theguardian.com/theguardian/2012/.../brian-may-me-and-animal-passion...
 
28 Sep 2012 - But it's not music May wants to be remembered for – it's badgers. ... Brian May: Me and my animal passions. He is one .... Anne is Anne Brummer, of Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue Centre in Surrey, who has rescued thousands of animals over the past 25 years and has released many of them on to his land.

Brian May plants first tree for his Dorset woodland project - BBC News

www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-dorset-24227403
 
28 Sep 2013 - Queen guitarist Brian May plants the first tree on a site in Bere Regis he will turn into a native woodland.

Brian's Soapbox September 2013 - brianmay.com

https://brianmay.com/brian/brianssb/brianssbsep13.html
 
**Mon 30 Sep 13** ONE DAY'S PLANTING. A FIRST ! A PICTURE MEMORY... Direct link. I was trying to write up the whole tree-planting day in Bere Regis. But I think for once I can just let the pictures talk. Thanks again to all … how refreshing to be in the company of a whole village of good folks with nothing but good vibes.

 

Queen's Brian May plants first tree in Dorset woodland | Bournemouth ...

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30 Sep 2013 - HUNDREDS of Dorset folk turned out to help Queen guitarist Brian May kick start his woodland scheme. The rock star was joined by adults and children from Bere Regis and Shitterton to plant the first tree in what will become 'May's Wood'. The Save Me project will establish new native woodland on a ...

Brian May from Queen unveils Dorset woodland vision - BBC News

www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-dorset-21427374
 
12 Feb 2013 - Queen guitarist Brian May has talked about his vision to turn a plot of Dorset farmland into a woodland wildlife sanctuary. His team will be planting 100,000 trees on 155 acres (62 hectares) of land near Bere Regis village in September. He had two "packed" meetings with about 150 villagers on Monday ...

Brian May Woodland in Bere Regis - Bere Regis Village Website

www.bereregis.org/brianmaywoodland.htm
 
Dr Brian May CBE came to the Village on 11th February 2013 to present his Vision on how he will plant a 100,000 tree Woodland on the 63 Hectares he has bought to the South of Shitterton. The Forestry Management Company he is using, UPM Tilhill, helped him outline the detail of the ...
 

Former Queen guitarist Brian May's charity eyes up £7m Somerset estate

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19 May 2014 - Anne Brummer said: “We don't want to be causing problems with farmers.” Mr May, who is descended from Dorset farming stock, won thanks from villagers around Bere Regis last year when he bought 155 acres of farmland close to Shitterton. Locals feared it would be used for housing. He called a public ...
 

Woodland Project - Save Me Trust

www.save-me.org.uk/woodland-project
 
Dr Brian May, Queen guitarist and founder of Save Me Trust will plant the first tree and mark the start of a Save Me Trust project to establish a new native woodland on a 157-acre site in Bere Regis, Dorset, next week (28th September 2013) during a community planting day. In total, more than 100,000 treesand shrubs will ...
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63W1xTs7O7g
28 Sep 2013 - Uploaded by Paul Thomas
Bere Regis 28th September 2013..'it's a kind of magic'..inaugural tree planting with Dr Brian May ...
 

Woodland Project - Save Me Trust

www.save-me.org.uk/woodland-project
 
Dr Brian May, Queen guitarist and founder of Save Me Trust will plant the first tree and mark the start of a Save Me Trust project to establish a new native woodland on a 157-acre site in Bere Regis, Dorset, next week (28th September 2013) during a community planting day. In total, more than 100,000 trees and shrubs will ...

Brian's woodland vision takes root - Woodland Project - Save Me Trust

www.save-me.org.uk/woodland-project/brians-woodland-vision-takes-root
 
Brian's woodland vision takes root - Woodland Project Dr Brian May, Queen guitarist and founder of Save Me Trust will plant the first tree and mark the start of a Save Me Trust project to establish a new native woodland on a 157-acre site in Bere Regis, D.

Brian May came to Dorset to talk about his conservation plans | Dorset ...

www.dorsetecho.co.uk/.../10222457.Brian_May_came_to_Dorset_to_talk_about_his...
 
12 Feb 2013 - A ROCK legend came to Dorset to discuss his woodland vision with residents in Bere Regis. Queen guitarist Brian May spent yesterday in the village to discuss his plans to transform around 160 acres of land in the area into a woodland nature reserve. Dozens of residents flocked to Drax Hall to see the 'We ...

Brian May upsets farmers with his latest plan to save badgers ...

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11 Feb 2013 - The land around the village of Bere Regis is surrounded by dairy farming country where farmers blame badgers for spreading the cattle disease bovine tuberculosis. As a landowner, Dr May will prevent farmers killing badgers as part of any forthcoming cull and may instead experiment with vaccinating the ...