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PANIC!


Nearly 50% of what little remained of the UK’s ancient woodland in the 1930s has since been lost or damaged, either through conversion to conifer plantation or clearance for agriculture and development. The UK is now one of the least wooded countries in Europe. Less than 12% of the UK is woodland compared with the average for European countries of 46%.


Nearly 50% of what little remained of the UK’s ancient woodland in the 1930s has since been lost or damaged, either through conversion to conifer plantation or clearance for agriculture and development. The UK is now one of the least wooded countries in Europe. Less than 12% of the UK is woodland compared with the average for European countries of 46%.


Nearly 50% of what little remained of the UK’s ancient woodland in the 1930s has since been lost or damaged, either through conversion to conifer plantation or clearance for agriculture and development. The UK is now one of the least wooded countries in Europe. Less than 12% of the UK is woodland compared with the average for European countries of 46%.


Nearly 50% of what little remained of the UK’s ancient woodland in the 1930s has since been lost or damaged, either through conversion to conifer plantation or clearance for agriculture and development. The UK is now one of the least wooded countries in Europe. Less than 12% of the UK is woodland compared with the average for European countries of 46%.


Nearly 50% of what little remained of the UK’s ancient woodland in the 1930s has since been lost or damaged, either through conversion to conifer plantation or clearance for agriculture and development. The UK is now one of the least wooded countries in Europe. Less than 12% of the UK is woodland compared with the average for European countries of 46%.


Nearly 50% of what little remained of the UK’s ancient woodland in the 1930s has since been lost or damaged, either through conversion to conifer plantation or clearance for agriculture and development. The UK is now one of the least wooded countries in Europe. Less than 12% of the UK is woodland compared with the average for European countries of 46%.


Nearly 50% of what little remained of the UK’s ancient woodland in the 1930s has since been lost or damaged, either through conversion to conifer plantation or clearance for agriculture and development. The UK is now one of the least wooded countries in Europe. Less than 12% of the UK is woodland compared with the average for European countries of 46%.


Nearly 50% of what little remained of the UK’s ancient woodland in the 1930s has since been lost or damaged, either through conversion to conifer plantation or clearance for agriculture and development. The UK is now one of the least wooded countries in Europe. Less than 12% of the UK is woodland compared with the average for European countries of 46%.


Nearly 50% of what little remained of the UK’s ancient woodland in the 1930s has since been lost or damaged, either through conversion to conifer plantation or clearance for agriculture and development. The UK is now one of the least wooded countries in Europe. Less than 12% of the UK is woodland compared with the average for European countries of 46%.


Nearly 50% of what little remained of the UK’s ancient woodland in the 1930s has since been lost or damaged, either through conversion to conifer plantation or clearance for agriculture and development. The UK is now one of the least wooded countries in Europe. Less than 12% of the UK is woodland compared with the average for European countries of 46%.


Nearly 50% of what little remained of the UK’s ancient woodland in the 1930s has since been lost or damaged, either through conversion to conifer plantation or clearance for agriculture and development. The UK is now one of the least wooded countries in Europe. Less than 12% of the UK is woodland compared with the average for European countries of 46%.


Nearly 50% of what little remained of the UK’s ancient woodland in the 1930s has since been lost or damaged, either through conversion to conifer plantation or clearance for agriculture and development. The UK is now one of the least wooded countries in Europe. Less than 12% of the UK is woodland compared with the average for European countries of 46%.


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