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Wooden Wonders part four: lemon and lime?

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Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, is full of magnificent trees.

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Wooden Wonders part three: rugged oak

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Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, is full of magnificent trees.

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Wooden Wonders part two: hard or soft?

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Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, is full of magnificent trees.

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Wooden Wonders part one: discover the wonders of Westonbirt's trees

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Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, is full of magnificent trees.

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Experimenting on a grand scale

Last week saw the start of an exciting new research project that aims to discover new forestry tree species for the future.

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What are your winter traditions?

As part of Westonbirt’s programme of family activities this winter, Westonbirt’s education team have created a trail that explores winter traditions from around the world.

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Why do we have a tree indoors at Christmas time?

As part of Westonbirt’s programme of family activities this winter, Westonbirt’s education team have created a trail that explores winter traditions from around the world.

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Why would you give frankincense or myrrh as a present?

As part of Westonbirt’s programme of family activities this winter, Westonbirt’s education team have created a trail that explores winter traditions from around the world.

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How do you roast chestnuts over an open fire?

As part of Westonbirt’s programme of family activities this winter, Westonbirt’s education team have created a trail that explores winter traditions from around the world.

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How is ivy helpful to wildlife?

As part of Westonbirt’s programme of family activities this winter, Westonbirt’s education team have created a trail that explores winter traditions from around the world.

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Why do we eat chocolate cake shaped like a log?

As part of Westonbirt’s programme of family activities this winter, Westonbirt’s education team have created a trail that explores winter traditions from around the world.

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“Halfway out of the dark”

As part of Westonbirt’s programme of family activities this winter, Westonbirt’s education team have created a trail that explores winter traditions from around the world.

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What's Christmassy about Holly?

As part of Westonbirt’s programme of family activities this winter, Westonbirt’s education team have created a trail that explores winter traditions from around the world.

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Why do people kiss under poisonous berries?

As part of Westonbirt's programme of family activities this winter, Westonbirt's education team have created a trail that explores winter traditions from around the world.

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What makes a winter wonderland?

The answer to the question "What makes a winter wonderland?" is in no small part "Volunteers".

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