BBC Look East visit

The Sunday Times contacted Nick via the Woodland Trust for an interview about the work we have been doing at Overbury to regenerate hedges and woodland and plant new trees and new hedges to link woodland together. This was used for article on the Woodland Trust's initiative to get 64 million trees planted over the next 10 years by farmers and landowners.

The mention of our work at Overbury then prompted BBC Look East to do a feature on the Woodland Trust's 10 year plan. They asked to come to Overbury and interview us and film what we have been up to; Kevin Burch came with a cameraman on 5th May. They were a great pair to spend some time with and they took some clips as we went around the farm. As you can tell from the piece that was broadcast, the dogs (Truffle and Crumpet) were the stars of the day.