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Kings Worthy Primary School

Hazel Tunnel

Our hazel tunnel was our first project, utilising the existing red and green hazel planting.  The hazel was coppiced, leaving some stems to form our fence and the longest branches joined to create the arches.

  • Winter 2012

    Coppicing one of our hazel avenues - November 2012

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    Winter 2012
    Coppicing one of our hazel avenues - November 2012
  • Hazel coppicing

    Phil Allen and the Worthy Conservation Volunteers prepare the hazel

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    Hazel coppicing
    Phil Allen and the Worthy Conservation Volunteers prepare the hazel
  • Hazel arch

    Creating our first hazel arch

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    Hazel arch
    Creating our first hazel arch
  • Wattle fence

    Adding a hazel wattle fence

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    Wattle fence
    Adding a hazel wattle fence
  • January 2013

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    January 2013
  • Spring 2013

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    Spring 2013
  • June 2013

    Hazel arch - new growth Summer 2013

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    June 2013
    Hazel arch - new growth Summer 2013
  • July 2013

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    July 2013
  • Stripping the hazel rods

    Preparing the hazel rods to add to the wattle fence

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    Stripping the hazel rods
    Preparing the hazel rods to add to the wattle fence
  • Stripping the hazel rods

    Preparing the hazel rods to add to the wattle fence

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    Stripping the hazel rods
    Preparing the hazel rods to add to the wattle fence
  • Stripping the hazel rods

    Preparing the hazel rods to add to the wattle fence

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    Stripping the hazel rods
    Preparing the hazel rods to add to the wattle fence
  • Hazel fence

    Adding more hazel rods to the fence

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    Hazel fence
    Adding more hazel rods to the fence