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Thursday 8th March 2018

ATF Spring field meeting to Blenheim Palace Estate

Location: Woodstock, Oxfordshire

Picture courtesy of Blenheim Palace Estate

Bleinheim Palace Estate at sunrise

The first national ATF event of 2018 will be to the Blenheim Palace Estate, World Heritage Site and the site of several Sites of Special Scientific Interest.

Our apologies, this event is now FULL.

The stately home at Blenheim sits among more than 2000 acres of landscaped parkland and gardens, and there are over 900 ancient and other veteran oak trees on the estate in the area known as High Park.

The ATF’s Spring field event will be an opportunity to find out about the history, ecology and management of the site’s veteran trees, and to debate and network with ancient tree experts.

 

Booking Information

This event is now FULL. If you would like to go on the reserve list Please Contact Us Here.

There is no charge for attendance, but booking is essential and places are limited.
Timings and directions will be confirmed by email before the event.

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Spring Field Event Blenheim Palace Estate
Thursday 8th March, 2018 at 10am to 4pm (tbc)
Free of charge

Have you attended an ATF field visit before?
Please inform us if you - or others on this booking form - would like to attend the ATF's open meeting on Wednesday 7 March from around 12 noon to 4pm (times to be confirmed) along with the our trustees and co-opted supporters. Please note that places are limited due to constraints of space (we will let you know if any places are available).
With the new data protection legislation, do you give the Ancient Tree Forum permission to retain your email address so that we can contact you with future events?

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  • Aljos Farjon says:
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 11:48 am

    It may be known to the ATF that I am the recorder for ATI of all ancient and veteran oaks in High Park (Blenheim Park). Although High Park surpasses all other sites in numbers of ancient/veteran oaks equal or greater than 5.00 m girth, there are unlikely to be 900 ancient and veteran oaks. Living + dead oaks of this size presently count to 260 and I expect to find only 20-40 more at most. Smaller oaks are numerous, many planted by the 8th Duke around 1890, but these are not veteran, just mature. At present, I am leading a major biodiversity on this site, which is not open to the public.

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  • Aljos Farjon says:
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 11:51 am

    I meant a biodiversity survey in the previous comment.

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  • Jon Emanuel says:
    Posted December 18, 2017 at 10:26 am

    Is this event open to anybody to attend?

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    • Kate Crook says:
      Posted January 06, 2018 at 4:12 pm

      Hi Jon, yes it is but spaces are limited. The booking form should be on the website early next week, so please keep checking for it to come on line.

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  • Izi Banton says:
    Posted January 04, 2018 at 11:05 am

    Hi, would it be possible to send me booking details when they become available? Many thanks Izi

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    • Kate Crook says:
      Posted January 06, 2018 at 4:08 pm

      Hi Izi and thank you for your interest in our Spring field meeting. The booking form will be up on the website early next week so please keep checking back! We look forward to seeing you then.

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  • Kate Crook says:
    Posted January 08, 2018 at 6:22 pm

    Please note that the Spring Field event is now open for bookings.

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