National Trust to recreate 19th-century Norfolk woodland using RAF photos

National Trust to recreate 19th-century Norfolk woodland using RAF photos

Oxburgh Hall project will replant native trees in Grade II-listed parkland with Edwardian survey map

The National Trust is reconstructing a 19th-century landscape in Norfolk using an Edwardian survey map and aerial photographs taken by the Royal Air Force after the second world war.

The £190,000 project at Oxburgh Hall, which will take a decade to complete, will replant native trees in the Grade II-listed landscape, making it one of the largest wood pastures the charity has ever created.

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