Queen guitarist Brian May plants first trees in Dorset wood
Queen guitarist Brian May has planted the first of more than 100,000 trees which are set to transform farmland in Dorset.
The aim is to create a woodland on a 157-acre site at Bere Regis which the rock star saved from development.
The tree-planting project is part of the musician's Save Me wildlife charity, which is also heavily involved in an anti-badger cull campaign.
30 Sep 2013
- From the section Dorset