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Coronavirus: Trees 'offer peace in dark lockdown days'
by Nuala McCann, BBC News NI
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22 August 2020
On 22 August 2020 BBC News reported:
In March, as shutters clattered on shop windows, lights went off in restaurants and office doors were locked, there was peace to be found in the woods. If lockdown had a silver lining, for many people, it was a renewed love of nature. Ian McCurley, director of the Woodland Trust NI [Northern Ireland], has seen a huge increase in numbers across the countryside. 'I'm seeing people walking in country lanes where I've never seen them before,' he said.
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