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A Natural History of the English Hedgerow - Shared screen with speaker view
Jonathan Skinner
38:09
The host can mute everyone.
Satipanya On-line
39:58
Hello from Powys - only 5 mins from Shropshire border.
Andy Stevenson
41:51
Yes fine..
Crispin Truman
42:51
We will have time for questions at the end so please feel free to put them in the chat and I'll try and ask them of John
Usha Gupta
43:26
Will we get a copy of the recording please?
Crispin Truman
49:31
Please can everyone mute your microphones, thank you
Chas Warren
50:05
Crispin, as host you can mute all
Crispin Truman
51:32
good point, slightly nervous about muting John mid-flow!
sarah jameson
51:59
Hi, Usha, yes the talk is being recorded so we will send a link out post event, thanks.
Usha Gupta
52:44
Enjoyed a weekend wildflower course at Kingcombe some years ago! Loved it
Usha Gupta
01:10:42
Crispin/John are you aware of any Fungus Forays/Fungi walks taking place this Autumn? I am in Wiltshire. I have been on a weekend course, again many years ago and would like to join another one. Thank you
Crispin Truman
01:12:46
Usha I'm afraid I don't know but I recommend you contact CPRE Wiltshire who I'm sure will be able to help: https://www.cprewiltshire.org.uk/
Usha Gupta
01:13:46
Thank you Crispin. Will do
Elaine Hughes
01:24:36
Super interesting, thank you. I have to go soon but I’ve loved this presentation.
Eva-Jayne Dykstra
01:25:46
Great presentation. I've always been fascinated by hedgerows since reading they are found along the lanes in all my 1930s-1940s English mystery novels!
Usha Gupta
01:26:12
Thank you Chris, fascinating stuff.
Andy Stevenson
01:26:30
Wonderful stuff, thanks John.
ELIZABETH KNOWLES
01:26:57
Thank you for a very interesting talk.
Claire Langham
01:27:29
Thanks John, great talk
Jane from Aberystwyth
01:27:39
How old were you when you first became interested in hedgerows?
Usha Gupta
01:28:23
Do you run any courses, Chris?
Chas Warren
01:28:56
I try to plant a length of hedge every winter and want to create a pseudo ancient hedge by mixing the trees species - all native & deciduous. Is this a reasonable way to go about it ?
Dorothy
01:29:09
What makes up a hedgerow beside the hedge-a ditch and ?
Howard Harris
01:29:44
Thanks Chris and John for an overview of the British hedgerow.
Jonathan Skinner
01:30:24
What tricks do you use to get walking companions to pay attention to hedgerows?
Usha Gupta
01:30:29
Sorry that should be ‘do you run any courses John’
Ange Davies
01:31:34
I am renovating a community garden, here in Liverpool 14 years ago a hedgerow was planted by the wild flower centre and Landlife there appears a lot of brambles in some parts dominating the hedgerow do you have any advice regarding this.
User
01:32:10
great talk, enjoyed from south shields.
Anna Jones
01:32:40
How much of a part do you think folklore might have played in hedgerow composition?
Brenda Bladd
01:33:44
Thank you from St Albans - really interesting
Jonathan Skinner
01:38:04
Thank you for that answer: “we are here!”
Ange Davies
01:40:30
Thanks John
Crispin Truman
01:42:05
if you've enjoyed this please join us at https://www.cpre.org.uk/get-involved/donations-and-membership/become-a-member/
Satipanya On-line
01:44:46
Just a comment - In Ireland there were hedge schools for many years before national schools were set up.
Dan Connors
01:46:49
Thank you - great talk
Anna Jones
01:47:20
Thank you everyone, wonderful talk John!
Andy Stevenson
01:47:46
Fantastic, thanks John and Crispin.
Jonathan Skinner
01:48:25
Thank you for this event!
Kate
01:48:28
Thank you
Kate
01:48:33
Will there be a recording of this?
Diane Barnard
01:48:44
Thankyou
Ange Davies
01:48:44
Thanks