Jul 15 2021

Further Covid recovery…

Given the announcements by the English and Scottish governments this week we thought we would give you an update of what that means for us at the Trust.   In England from 19 July the changes are: No limits on how many people can meet, but try...

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Jul 12 2021

UK hawk-moth identification and facts

Hawk-moths are some of the largest and most recognisable moths in the UK.   From the greyish-brown poplar hawk-moth which rests with its hindwings visible beyond the leading edge of the forewings and its abdomen curled upwards - to the privet hawk-moth which is our largest resident hawk-moth.    Learn...

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Jul 08 2021

Free trees! – It’s that time of year again

Community groups and schools wanting to plant trees as the country recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic are being told to get their applications into the Woodland Trust soon.   Our free scheme is the perfect way for people to be part of a ‘green recovery’.   Thanks to funding...

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Jun 21 2021

Facebook group launches today

We are very pleased to announce that we are launching the new Woodland Trust volunteer Facebook group today. I know many of you are looking forward to this so please do come and join us here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/woodlandtrustvolunteers.   This group is for active Woodland Trust volunteers to...

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Jun 04 2021

New issue of Woodwise

The latest issue of Wood Wise delves deeper into some of the issues highlighted in our landmark State of the UK’s Woods and Trees 2021 report.   Our internal and external expert contributors discuss the important contribution that our report makes to the body of scientific evidence for UK woodland conservation, and...

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Jun 01 2021

Thank you from Darren

  Hello.   National Volunteers' Week is already upon us. But just like last year it’s not without it challenges! Things continue to be very different again this year and we’re unable to celebrate with you in our usual way, but we remain positive and we’ve already seen...

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