A view from the bastion at Scotney Castle overlooking the old castle and rhododendrons

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A large tree lies in front of the house at Scotney Castle, Kent, after the Great Storm

Thirtieth anniversary of the Great Storm  

This October marks thirty years since the Great Storm hit the South East. The National Trust lost of hundreds of thousands of trees across 3,000 acres of land. But it was also a chance to re-evaluate the way we work in the outdoors.

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