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The Remarkable Trees of St Albans Revisited

By: Kate Bretherton(Author), Donato Cinicolo(Illustrator), David Curry(Foreword By)
320 pages, 250 colour photos
Publisher: Hello Trees
The Remarkable Trees of St Albans Revisited
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  • The Remarkable Trees of St Albans Revisited ISBN: 9780992799465 Edition: 2 Paperback Nov 2018 In stock
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After the sell out success of the first edition of The Remarkable Trees of St Albans, the author has revised and updated this book with more information, facts and reasons why we should love trees – especially those in the City and District of St Albans, just north of London. With amazing photographs by Donata Cicicolo and a new index to see whether a tree in your street is mentioned, The Remarkable Trees of St Albans Revisited is perfect for anyone who loves trees and their history – especially one who lives in St Albans.

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By: Kate Bretherton(Author), Donato Cinicolo(Illustrator), David Curry(Foreword By)
320 pages, 250 colour photos
Publisher: Hello Trees
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