Issue 24 – Summer 1994
Issue 24 of Keer to Kent was edited by Barry Ayre and covered a wide array of topics, including conflicting conservation views on the perennial issue of the merits (or otherwise) of tree clearance. The front cover drawing was by Donald Dakeyne. It was typeset by Liza Henderson and printed by Pagefast, Ltd, Lancaster.
|Editorial & Contents
|Landscape Trust Event
|George Steel, Ralph Henderson, Barry Ayre,
|New Footpaths in the AONB
|Roger Cartwright, Ralph Henderson, Barry Ayre,
Andrew Greenwood, Dulcie Matthews
|Where there's a will...
|Letters to the Editor
|The Buck Stone
|The Old School, Yealand Conyers
|The Stone Wallers
|Letters from our younger visitors
|Arnside Knott; The National Trust's Management
|Tom Bright & his family
|Elizabeth & Richard Seale
|Personal Viewpoint: Culling the Trees
|Another View on "Culling" Trees
|The Building of Grey Walls
|Country Lover's Diary
|Out in All Weathers
|Bill Grayson, John Wilson,
|Dates for Your Diary
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