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The Great Storm
In the early hours of 16th October 1987, a hurricane force wind swept through Ken Wood. 54 mature trees were blown down and the wood devastated. As a site of special scientific interest, the storm damage is being repaired by careful management to encourage natural regeneration. The contributions from those listed here are helping to bring new life to the storm damaged woods.
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Anonymous donors. Peter Self in memory of Elaine Self. Joyce Robertson and family in memory of James Robertson. Douglas and Dorothy Lea. Dorling Kindersley Ltd in memory of Becky Manasseh. In memory of Karen Ruth Miller (neé Williams) from her family. George Room in memory of Leslie Room. Mrs B Rayner in memory of Martin David Rayner. Mrs C F Wood in memory of Jane Hurndell-Wood. Mrs C L White in memory of William Arnold White. Margaret Smith in memory of her sister and brothers: Edith, Walter and Reginald Postlethwaite. Her children and their families in memory of Mary Winifred Bristow. In memory of Alice Stollar from husband Morris, sons David and Howard, daughter Helen, grandchildren and family. The Heath and Old Hampstead Society. Mrs E Chalfen in memory of Jack Chalfen. Mrs Dudley B Schipper. In memory of Anne and Joe Turner from their children and grandchildren. The Friends of Kenwood.

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