In Memorium

For residential development, this magnificent Southern Magnolia at Sidmouth Aboretum is to be felled.

At St Edmund Hall, this Southern Magnolia, which had dominated the front quadrangle for the post-war period, had to be removed as it was damaging the ancient stonework.
The wood was used to produce a set of beautiful carvings.

At the Donkey Sanctuary in Sidmouth, memorial trees for people and animals, particularly donkeys, have been planted.

The Sanctuary is a wonderful place to visit and, if possible, support. Donkeys epitomise friendliness, gentleness, hard work and humility. Time spent with them is enriching and therapeutic (

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