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Woodland Bond prices set to rise in 2014!Woodland Bond prices set to rise in 2014! We have managed to hold our prices for 3 years now, despite the on-going healthy rise in the wider woodland market! If you are considering investing in a Woodland Bond section it may well be worth doing this before Autumn 2014 as prices are set to rise. So act now and you can enjoy your investment for the summer...

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Welcome To Woodland Bond!Welcome To Woodland Bond! Woodland Bond is a new and enjoyable way to invest in Woodland, in summary: Bring enjoyment in to your investment portfolio- Enjoy the benefits of rising UK land prices- See and feel your investment grow- Share the experience with family and friends- Like me it could be the best thing you have ever done! Please...

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Afon Wen-East Wood, Woodlands from £7.577Afon Wen-East Wood, Woodlands from £7.577 We have created four fabulous smaller woodland sections in the East Wood each with stream frontage. See the "Woodlands For Sale" section for more details. WALES - AFON WEN EAST -  WOOD 1 is sold but Woods 2,3 and 4 are still available WALES - AFON WEN EAST -  WOOD 2 0.85 ACRES (0.34 HECTARES)...

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Afon Wen, South, Woods from 2.3 to 6.1 acres for sale!Afon Wen, South, Woods from 2.3 to 6.1 acres for sale! Afon Wen South Wood is made up of 6 diverse woodland sections ranging from 2.3 to over 6 acres. See the "Woodlands For Sale" section for more details. NORTH WALES - AFON WEN- SOUTH WOOD.... WALES – AFON WEN SOUTH, – WOOD 1 4.1 ACRES (1.66 HECTARES) Price £32,833.  >> VIEW FULL DETAILS WALES...

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Snowdonia North Wales - Afon Wen North Wood WoodlandsSnowdonia North Wales - Afon Wen North Wood Woodlands These woods are currently under development and will be on sale shortly. Please view our woods currently for sale in our South and East sites.

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