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Gronn Place

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Gronn Place is a housing estate in West Brunswick whose wildlife and magnificent trees are at risk. The land underneath the estate was a gift from an exceptional individual, Mr Charles Sinclair Horsefall Gronn.

The estate is now being redeveloped, its trees and wildlife are under threat and the people of West Brunswick are likely to lose some of their priceless green space. Barbara Knowles is a passionate local who's lived in the area for a number of years and is trying her best to protect its wildlife and ecology.

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