Apr 06 2021

Personal safety

Personal Safety – A Gentle Reminder.   The horrible tragedy of Sarah Everard being murdered has made most people think about the safety of themselves and their loved ones – myself included.   Also, with the recent lockdowns and nationwide covid restrictions our volunteering offer has been greatly reduced,...

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Mar 28 2021

Cutting down trees: law and legislation

Decisions to cut down trees should not be taken lightly, though sometimes it may be the only option, especially where safety is concerned. Whether you want to fell or protect from felling, protection and preservation laws can be complex. Our guide will help you get...

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Dec 11 2020

Avian Influenza – Volunteer guidance

Avian Influenza (AI) or bird flu is a highly contagious family of viruses that impacts particularly on captive birds, such as turkeys and hens but is also carried and spread by wild birds, particularly wildfowl and gulls.  Wild birds are known to be an important...

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Nov 03 2020

Take care when lone working

As we move into the colder weather and the darker months it felt like a good opportunity to remind each other of the dangers of lone working whilst volunteering.   The chances of someone getting into trouble while working alone are tiny. However; The Woodland Trust...

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