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Tree of the week: 'I'd tie myself to this Norway maple rather than see it cut down'

Despite living in the area for 36 years, it was only in lockdown that June Hicks paid full attention to the majestic tree nearbyOne of the few joys of a year dominated by Covid-19 has been how many of us have discovered an appreciation for nature. Particularly in towns and cities, people such as June Hicks, a 68-year-old retired maths lecturer, have used lockdown as an opportunity to explore their local area and, consequently, have begun to notice things they once took for granted."I've lived in Poynton, Cheshire, just a few hundred yards down the road from this Norwegian maple, for 36 years," says Hicks. "When lockdown started, things were really quiet round here and we enjoyed walking around the local area. We would come out of our house, turn right and head for the hills [the Peak District is nearby], passing the tree on our way." Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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