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Great Northumberland Forest at Cragend Farm

The Great Northumberland Forest was officially launched in November 2019 at a tee planting event in Kirkharle.  Since then many other areas have been accessed for planting including Cragend Farm where 47 trees with sturdy long life tree guards have been placed around the farm to create a sweeping landscape of deciduous trees for the future. 

For a full list of the trees contact us for more details.

It sits along side our tree project to plant 100, in pasture, trees to celebrate our first decade of working at Cragend Farm. 

As well as all these 'special' trees we continuously plant regularly to restore the natural pattern of our woodland. 


About the author

Lou is the owner of Cragend Farm with her husband Shaun, and deals with everything from Holiday Accommodation inquiries to egg collection from the chickens; she is the social media and web design finger-tapper.

Find Out More About Cragend

Cragend Farm has a interesting and diverse history, from technical innovations to historic buildings. Tied in closely to the neighbouring Cragside Estate home of Victorian inventor and industrialist Lord Armstrong.