Woodsmen splitting oak logs and loading truck : Stock Photo
The woodland is managed by a small charitable trust and was set aside over 200 years ago for the villagers to gather 'fuel and furze' (furze is now more commonly called gorse and was once a very important fuel).

Woodsmen splitting oak logs and loading truck

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Richard Drury
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The woodland is managed by a small charitable trust and was set aside over 200 years ago for the villagers to gather 'fuel and furze' (furze is now more commonly called gorse and was once a very important fuel).
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