Jul 23 2021

Volunteer Recruitment Update

Recruiting volunteers has been a challenge over recent times due to the challenges with our systems. We really appreciate the patience you have shown us. For the last couple of months, we have been recruiting only essential roles. We are now able to open recruitment...

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Mar 19 2021

Volunteering Roadmap

Dear All,   Thank you so much for your patience over the last few months, I hope you are all well.   We have been working on a Roadmap to bring back volunteering which we can now share the initial details of after further government updates this week.   Bringing back...

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Jan 05 2021

2021 Covid-19 Update

Dear All, Happy New Year to you all. As we start 2021, we find that the lockdown restrictions have increased in most areas with most countries reinforcing the 'Stay at home' message and Wales continuing with Tier 4 guidance. Therefore, all group activity is now halted across...

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Dec 07 2020

A Message from Darren

It is safe to say that 2020 has been a year like no other. For me personally, it represents the first full year of having had the privilege of being the CEO of the Trust. We entered 2020 with an unprecedented interest in woods and trees,...

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May 26 2018

Free Disney Tickets

Our valued partners at Disney have given us up to 50 free tickets to see Disney’s Aladdin at The Prince Edward Theatre (Soho, London) on Wednesday 6th June or Wednesday 13th June at 7:30pm. The show will appeal to young and old alike so if you...

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Apr 16 2018

Woodland Working Group Policy

Supporting our practical conservation volunteers The Woodland Working Group Policy was launched last summer with the purpose of bringing clarity to how we work with our volunteers in our woodlands. At the foremost of our mind, as we developed the policy with Nick Hall, the Trust's Health,...

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Jan 16 2018

Adcombe Wood Dormouse Monitoring

The Blackdown Hills Natural Futures Project is very excited to be working with the Woodland Trust and the People's Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) on dormouse monitoring in the Blackdown Hills. We are busy setting up several new sites which will be monitored for dormouse activity...

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