Posts Tagged ‘woodlands’

If you can make this seminar then make it, £20.00 to listen to a great photographer is cheap.

Landscape photographer Charlie Waite will be giving an exclusive evening seminar at Calumet’s Drummond Street store on Tuesday, 22nd February. Starting at 5pm, the seminar will cover two main topics – ‘Influences’, and ‘Small on Landscape’, a fully illustrated talk on photography using a compact camera. Tickets for the Calumet seminar are £20 and are now on sale at the website below.

Website: Light & Land

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The government has put on hold plans to sell off some English forests – but the main scheme could still go ahead. Proposals to offload 258,000 hectares run by the Forestry Commission have attracted cross-party criticism and a public outcry. The planned sale of 15% of state-owned forests will be put on hold, ministers said, as they “re-examine the criteria” for disposing of them. Labour said it was a “panic measure” and would not silence the protests. The government is allowed to sell off 15% of England’s woodlands in each four year public spending period – and that is what the announcement relates to. Full story

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