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March 10, 2018 8:52 AM 30 street trees to be planted

SEAFORD residents will be planting more than 30 new street trees next weekend. This is part of The Woodland Trust’s We Love Street Trees project and 2018 is also the tenth anniversary of the community tree planting group, Seaford Tree Wardens. During this time the Seaford community has planted more than 1,400 trees, including 350 street trees 11

March 9, 2018 12:13 AM Rory McIlroy struggles at Valspar Championship, but Tiger Woods shows more signs of a return to his brilliant best in Florida

Rory McIlroy's Masters preparations suffered another blow as Tiger Woods showed flashes of his brilliant best in the Valspar Championship. McIlroy's only birdie in an opening 74 came courtesy of holing a bunker shot on the seventh, his 16th hole of the day, while two bogeys and a clumsy double-bogey seven on the fifth left him three over par. That was seven 13

February 27, 2018 12:21 PM Alan Titchmarsh advises snowbound gardeners, just enjoy the scenery

Alan Titchmarsh has urged gardeners not to worry about their outdoor spaces during the extreme weather. The TV star said gardening enthusiasts should instead enjoy how scenic the landscape looks in the snow. Appearing on BBC Breakfast he was asked what people should be doing with their gardens. He replied: “Not worrying really. But there is one thing 19

February 24, 2018 7:25 PM Fires in Elms Vale Road, Dover

A hillsize was ablaze this evening as flames spread across five acres of land in Dover. Trees, bushes and scrubland the size of three football pitches were engulfed as several fires took hold. As many as 25 firefighters in six fire engines were called to the scene near Elms Vale Road at around 6pm. A fire service spokesman said: "Crews used a variety 13

February 20, 2018 3:11 PM Drivers to face congestion hell during widening scheme in Sturry Road, Canterbury

Rush-hour motorists will face traffic chaos for 20 weeks as one of Canterbury's busiest roads is temporarily made a one-way street. Parts of the city centre are expected to be brought to a standstill as work to widen a bus lane is carried out along a stretch of Sturry Road. The busy commuter route will be just one-way between Vauxhall Road and South 18

February 20, 2018 2:16 PM Japanese Company To Build Sustainable Skyscraper Made Out Of Wood

Japan will soon be home to something pretty remarkable, a 70-storey skyscraper made almost entirely out of wood. Designed by Sumitomo Forestry and the architecture firm Nikken Sekkei, the W350 tower will be a flagship of sustainability thanks to its unique construction that use some 185,000 square meters of wood. If that wasn’t enough, the skyscraper 20

February 15, 2018 6:50 PM Boyfriend almost burns his flat down with a surprise Valentine's night fire-pit for his girlfriend... before firemen douse their flames of passion

One boyfriend's Valentine's day surprise went wrong when he tried to surprise his girlfriend with a fire pit on the balcony. Instead of a romantic treat, firefighters ended up coming to the North London apartment to put out a fire. The video, shot on February 14, shows the moment the firefighters arrive at the flat to extinguish the fire. A concerned 7

February 11, 2018 11:04 AM The city of trees: China creates world's first 'forest city' where all buildings are covered in a million plants to tackle global warming and air pollution

China is constructing the world's first forest city where all buildings are covered in plants and trees to tackle global warming and air pollution. The Liuzhou Forest City will be home to 30,000 people once completed in a few years' time. Offices, houses, hotels, hospitals and schools will be entirely covered by a total of 40,000 trees and 1million plants 6

February 11, 2018 11:00 AM IN THE GARDEN: Think pink with beautiful cherry blossom varieties

Plantswoman FIONA EDMOND, who owns the award-winning Green Island Gardens in Ardleigh, shares her gardening tips. Today she focuses on Cherry trees... One sure sign of Spring is a flowering cherry tree in May, however most people are not aware that there are plenty of flowering Prunus or cherry trees that flower much earlier in the season. In fact Prunus 10

January 16, 2018 6:06 AM Christmas light show attracts thousands

ALMOST 55,000 visitors experienced the Christmas light show at York Museum Gardens this year. The attraction ran from November 16 to January 1 and transformed the 10-acre gardens into an array of light shows along a one-kilometre trail. The show included giant musical LED trees, a display of ever-changing coloured globes and a dazzling 20m tunnel of twinkling 13