Kenninghall Lands Trust
Background to the formation of Kenninghall Lands Trust
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Reg. Charity No. 1096221

Hemp Meadow Wood
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1990Two Kenninghall residents volunteered as Tree Wardens under the National Tree Warden Scheme.
1995-97Various tree and hedge planting schemes were organised in and around the village.
1997The Tree Wardens, with a small group of like minded people, formed Kenninghall Hedgers to expand on the work that had already begun

An exhibition highlighting the loss of hedgerows, trees, and ponds was held in Kenninghall Parish Church.

1999Kenninghall Wood planted. Under the umbrella of the Kenninghall Parish Council a communty wood of five and a half acres was planted with native trees. This included a one acre orchard containing many Norfolk varieties.
200210.5 acres of arable land adjoining Kenninghall Wood was offered for sale and the Kenninghall Lands Trust was formed to mastermind the purchase and organise future management of the land.
2003Hemp Meadow Wood planted