§ Sir R. THOMAS
asked the hon. Member for Monmouth, as representing the Forestry Commissioners, for each county in Wales, the number of acres of planted land which were denuded of trees during the War and the number of acres in each county which have since been replanted?
§ Sir L. FORESTIER-WALKER
The report on the Census of Woodlands, recently published by the Stationery Office, gives the acreage, set out in the following table, of felled or devasted woodlands in each county in Wales. The greater part were felled or devastated during the War. The number of acres in each county which have since been planted by the Forestry Commission are set out in the following table:2635W
County. Acreage felled or devastated. Acreage planted by Commission. Anglesey 48 — Brecon 7,388 611 Cardigan 6,617 — Carmarthen 8,154 385 Carnarvon 3,127 2,400 Denbigh 3,055 — Flint 1,035 — Glamorgan 6,202 3,187 Merioneth 3,398 2,589 Monmouth 4,449 3,465 Montgomery 11,558 2,283 Pembroke 4,133 — Radnor 3,018 904