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Woodland Living and Working Seminar - Milngavie

26th February

Woodland Living and Working Seminar 2013
Date: 26th February 2013


Location: Milngavie, Glasgow
Venue: Charles Conference Facilities, Mugdock Country Park
Site Visit: Carbeth Huts
Timings: 10am – 4pm (lunch and refreshments will be provided)

What: A one day seminar exploring the various models for woodland living and working, with particular focus on how they can contribute to the objectives of community landowners and help deliver sustainable forest management.

A fee will be charged for non-CWA members wishing to attend; this will be invoiced following completion of booking.

To Book:
Places are available on a first come first served basis.
Please complete a booking form and return it to Rosslyn Mills at / Flat 4, No 7 Park Place, Denny, Stirlingshire, FK6 6NN.
Online booking available at:
Please ensure that you inform Rosslyn of any special dietary requirements no later than Wednesday 20th February.

This event is FREE to Community Woodlands Association groups and members.
Individual CWA members - £25 fee is payable by cheque when booking.
Non CWA groups / members - £50 fee is payable by cheque when booking.

Delegate T&S:
Travel expenses can be covered at 25p per mile and overnight accommodation should you require it at £25 per night – claim forms will be available on the day. (Public transport costs will be covered in full with proof of purchase)

Attached File: 150113 Wood Living Advert.doc
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