RepositorySpecial Collections Archives (GB 0029)
Ref NoEUL MS 416/PRO/4/4/1
Date1987-2003
LevelFile
Extent1 box, 4 loose volumes
TitleCollection of Trees, Woods and the Green Man publications and promotional material
DescriptionComprising:

- a book entitled 'Common Losses: Essays and Interviews on Trees, Woods and the Green Man' by Bill Laws (1987) [book funded by West Midlands Arts, Common Ground and Hereford and Worcester County Council];

- a book entitled 'In a Nutshell: A manifesto for trees and a guide to growing and protecting them' by Neil Sinden for Common Ground, Revised Edition (Common Ground, 1990)

- a book entitled 'Trees Be Company: An Anthology of Poetry' by A. King and S. Clifford (eds.) for Common Ground (Bristol Classical Press, 1989);

- a book entitled 'Trees Be Company: An Anthology of Poetry' by A. King and S. Clifford (eds.) for Common Ground (Green Books, 2001);

- exhibition catalogue entitled 'The Tree of Life: New Images of An Ancient Symbol' (1989);

- a leaflet entitled 'Manifesto for Trees';

- a leaflet entitled 'Tree Dressing Day' (1991);

- a leaflet entitled 'Caring for our Trees: After the Great October Storm';

- leaflets and flyers advertising arts events and initiatives;

- issues of Common Ground's 'Woodbine' newsletter and 'Tree Dressing Day Times' special issues newspaper;

- poster advertising the 'Tree of Life: New Images of An Ancient Symbol' exhibition;

- a poster entitled 'The Quest for the Green Man', produced by Common Ground in collaboration iwth World Magazine';

postcards produced by Common Ground for the Trees, Woods and the Green Man project, including postcards featuring extracts from literature and artwork by Kathleen Basford, Glen Baxter, Peter Brooks, Mel Calman, [?] Gardland, Brian Grimwood, Bush Hollyhead, David Holmes, Gary Miller, Norman Messinger, David Nash, and Peter Till;

- postcards produced by Shaftesbury Tree Group;

- a Trees Woods and the Green Man t-shirt featuring a quote by A.E. Housman;

- and a Trees Woods and the Green Man t-shirt featuring a quote by William Wordsworth.
LanguageEnglish
FormatVarious formats
Access StatusOpen
Creator_NameCommon Ground; arts and environmental charity (1982-)
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