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Christmas Trees For Sale At Dunnet Forest

22nd November 2019

Photograph of Christmas Trees For Sale At Dunnet Forest

it's nearly that time of year again - and we will have Christmas trees for sale.

The price is unchanged at £3 per foot. If you have very specific requirements for height or type of tree, please let us know in advance.

Otherwise, come and collect on 7th or 14th December 2019.

Santa will be paying his annual visit to the log cabin on 14th and 15th December too, so that's something else for your diary.

For the past 16 years Dunnet Forestry Trust (DFT) and its team of dedicated volunteers have been systematically restructuring the forest - clearing windthrown areas, felling ‘at risk' stands, and restocking these and other areas with a mix of conifers and broadleaves. DFT also employs one part-time professional forester.

DFT's objectives are to promote the conservation, restoration and improvement of the woodlands in the geographic area of Dunnet Bay, Caithness, for the public benefit, an important part of Scotland's heritage. In doing so, DFT advances education and provides recreational facilities and training in a variety of skills, benefiting residents of the Dunnet Bay area and the wider Caithness community. DFT aims to promote, establish and operate schemes of a charitable nature for the benefit of the community within the Dunnet Bay area and to promote trade and industry for the benefit of the general public.

 

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Dunnet Forestry Trust Bids To Take Ownership Of The ForestThumbnail for article : Dunnet Forestry Trust Bids To Take Ownership Of The Forest
A Letter sent to members of the Dunnet Forestry Trust IMPORTANT NEWS - PROPOSAL FOR COMMUNITY OWNERSHIP OF DUNNET FOREST March 2019 Dear Member, Dunnet Forestry Trust has launched a proposal to take ownership of Dunnet Forest on behalf of the community.  Currently the forest is owned by Scottish Natural Heritage and leased to the Trust.  

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