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coppice

a thicket or dense growth of small trees or bushes, esp one regularly trimmed back to stumps so that a continual supply of small poles and firewood is obtained

coppice

[′käp·əs]
(ecology)
A growth of small trees that are repeatedly cut down at short intervals; the new shoots are produced by the old stumps.
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Stone Homes is holding an open site event at Fir Tree Copse tomorrow from 11am-3pm to provide those with an interest an opportunity to appreciate the lifestyle opportunity that this site offers at first hand, with no appointment necessary.
The building on Copse Walk offers the advantages of good quality office accommodation and additionally the possibility of a self contained building that could be used for a nursery facility with dedicated outside playing area.
Groups will be receiving either a small pack of 105 trees or a large pack of 420 trees, available in four different themes: year-round colour, wood fuel, wildlife or wild harvest, all of which can be planted as hedging, small woods or copses to fit best within neighbourhood spaces.
Northern Petroleum Plc (Northern) is pleased to announce that RPS Energy have completed their Report to Northern (the "Report") for the Providence Resources Plc (Providence) operated Baxters Copse licence area (PEDL 233) in the Weald Basin.
Gardeners have also introduced red campion, nettle-leafed bellflowers, greater stitchwort, foxglove and agrimony to the copse.
Regardless of the expense to the taxpayer, they wish to turn a pleasant copse into flattened scrubland, which will remain barren for years.
The farm's 17-hectare garden is landscaped with a range of eccentric attractions including bog gardens, kinetic sculptures, mazes, a copse shaped into the euro symbol and an operational air strip to welcome 'aviators and their flying machines'.
It slipped through a thin copse of cottonwood trees and tall grasses, neatly dividing a portion of the park.
The bodies of best friends Pauline Floyd and Geraldine Hughes, both 16, were found in a copse at Llandarcy, Neath, in 1973.
Siemens Energy and Automation Inc of Copse Road, Yeovil, Somerset, tel:0193 570 6262, have recently acquired Moore Products Co, which previously operated as Moore Process Automation Solutions.
Their bodies were found more than three months later in a copse on the fringes of Epping Forest.
As if in confirmation of our thoughts, we heard a call from a copse of birch trees on a nearby hill, a position held by the Serbs: "We heard that Hamic had been killed.