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30/06/2014 - Changes to Andrew Bronwin & Co - read more...

We are delighted to announce that as of the 1st of July 2014 Andrew Bronwin & Co Ltd will be merging with Paul Raymond-Barker and Co. Paul has spent most of his working life in Wales as a forestry consultant and will continue to act as a consultant for the merged company. In addition two new members of staff will be joining the company over the summer. More information about the new staff to follow.

13/06/2014 - New Office Address -

Due to an expansion in the business over the next few months Andrew Bronwin & Co is moving to new larger offices. The new address is Brynllys, 11 High St, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 6AG. Telephone numbers remain the same.

28/03/2013 - Ash dieback - landowners will be paid to restock woodlands - read more...


Owen Patterson announced the governments 'ash management plan' on Tuesday 26 March 2013. Under the plan, the government will provide grant aid to landowners in England for the removal and replanting of areas of infected ash in high priority areas. This includes Herefordshire, Shropshire and Worcestershire.

The government’s ash management plan can be found at:


07/03/2013 - Deer populations serious threat to woodland - read more...

Current approaches to deer management are failing to control a serious and growing problem, according to new research by the University of East Anglia.

In the absence of natural predators, deer populations are continuing to expand - causing a serious threat to woodland biodiversity, as well as road traffic accidents and crop damage, the report, published today (Thursday 03 March 2013) in the Journal of Wildlife Management, shows.

For more information click on the link below.

26/02/2013 - Confor publishes ash dieback and red needle band blight impacts report - read more...

Confor have just published a major report which highlights the importance of government support for the private forestry sector to respond to tree disease. Around 97% of woodland ash and 61% of pine (Corsican, lodgepole and Scots) is in non-state ownership. The report, commissioned by Confor, considers the potential financial and other impacts of these two important tree diseases, with context, costs, benefits and recommended actions.

For more details click the link:

15/01/2013 - Ash Dieback - Winter Symptoms Video - read more...

A Forestry Commission video showing the symptoms of the disease in the winter can be found at:

11/12/2012 - Chalara dieback of ash - advice and guidance - read more...

The Forestry Commission have updated their advice and guidance managing the management of ash in woodlands and the wider environment.  Click on the link below:

04/12/2012 - Ash Dieback Update 2 -

For the latest view on the disease click on the below.

Click here for more information on Ash dieback update 2

05/11/2012 - Phytophthera ramorum Latest News -

For the latest information on this disease and its implications for forestry in the UK please click on this link


The Forestry Commission have produced a one-stop shop update report which can be accessed at:


There is also a good video showing the symptoms in Japanese larch trees at: