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The plaques in Gobions Woodland
Part Three
Part Four

A number of plaques are positioned around Gobions Woodland. They have been erected by Gobions Woodland Trust following requests from local supporters and organisations. This is a selection of the plaques along with pictures taken close to where they are placed. This photo gallery is in four parts to speed download.

Part One   Part Two   Part Three   Part Four

The dog bench at the canal in Gobions. The dog bench at the canal in Gobions.
The dog bench at the canal in Gobions. On it are badges remembering many of the dogs to have walked in Gobions (see below) - click here to see an etching of the canal in 1748 Inscription: In memory of all the dogs who have enjoyed Gobions Wood - 1994
A tree trunk in Gobions A tree trunk in Gobions
Inscription: Moon (1972-1982)
Becky (1986-1993)
A tree trunk in Gobions, home for one of the many species of fungi
The path weaving its way south on the west side of the wood The path weaving its way south on the west side of the wood
The path weaving its way south on the west side of the wood Inscription: Trees were planted here in memory of Ronald Lacey
Gobions Woodland Trust December 1997
The path running north along the west side of Gobions Woodland The path running north along the west side of Gobions Woodland
Inscription: Trees were planted in memory of Roger Lloyd
Gobions Woodland Trust Feb 1998
The west boundary path running north along the west side of Gobions Woodland


If you are not already a Friends of Gobions Woodland Trust, you can find more details about how to register and the membership costs at this page. The annual subscription entitles you to receive the trustís regular newsletters, which give full details of its work and activities. All the trustís administration is voluntary and all the subscription income is spent on conservation work in the local area.

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