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In the inmost recesses of this coppice, not far from the eastern or more remote end of the island, Legrand had built himself a small hut, which he occupied when I first, by mere accident, made his acquaintance.
However, despite the many variables, coppice systems offer two clear benefits over trees grown from seed.
NATASHA Grogan goes the extra mile at Birch Coppice Business Park - and has earned herself an award to show for it.
Taylor Wimpey's The Coppice development, for example, offers those working in the nearby city of Carlisle the potential to change their commute down to just a 10-minute drive, while still enjoying the benefits of the surrounding Cumbrian countryside.
COPPICE is 80 - have you got photos of Coppice Junior School in 1937 and who is the oldest surviving pupil who attended the school when it first opened?
I AM currently looking for material and people associated with Coppice Junior School, in Solihull, which this year will celebrate its Oak Anniversary (80th).
UK-based property investor Tritax Big Box REIT plc (LBE: BBOX) has exchanged contracts with a major UK institution to acquire two modern Big Box logistics facilities at Birch Coppice, Birmingham and at Warth Park, Raunds, Northamptonshire, the company said.
Bathroom manufacturer HiB has agreed a pre-let deal with IM Properties for a new 80,000 sq ft warehouse on the Birch Coppice Business Park near Tamworth.
Officers executed warrants at a property on The Coppice and two houses in nearby Curate Road at around 4pm.
National Beanpole Week actually celebrates: "Britain's coppiced woodlands, the animals and plants that live in them, the coppice workers who look after them and the beanpoles and other coppice wood products they produce.
Using roundwood from coppice means that the tree regrows to produce more wood for future coppicing.
Coppice is a traditional forest management system used all over the world.
Sustainable local bean poles had been harvested from hazel coppice on the Trust's nature reserves.
The New Holland 130 FB Coppice Header is a new high-capacity specialty header designed to harvest and process fast-growing, woody biomass crops, such as short-rotation coppice willow and poplar grown as a renewable fuel source.
Although Coppice Alupack was already scoring highly in the BRC and AIB accreditation, it wanted to secure further competitive advantage through achieving the highest marks in pro-active pest management.