Oct 07 2021

Personal safety app – Hollie guard

  The Hollie Gazzard Trust was set up by Hollie Gazzard’s parents and family after her tragic murder in 2014. They wanted to help improve the safety of people at risk from domestic violence and violence in the street. Their organisation funds training, support, and guidance...

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Oct 07 2021

Driving safely in the colder months

As the days shorten and the weather gets colder driving a safe and well-maintained vehicle becomes even more important. Before the worst of winter hits us, we encourage all Woodland Trust drivers to make sure:   Safety critical features such as tyres, lights, brakes, and windscreen...

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Oct 06 2021

Ground based research in Durham

    David Papadopoulos, Durham Woodland Revival & Woodland Trust Community Woods volunteer describes ground-based research he's been doing since September 2020, on behalf of Rachael Cranch and the Community Woods team.     David has been visiting woodlands around County Durham looking for evidence of community involvement, speaking with...

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Oct 04 2021

It’s all going on at Whistlewood common

Whistlewood Common hosted a meeting of the newly-formed National Forest Community Woods Network at its Melbourne site in South Derbyshire on Friday 1 October.   This network is a joint initiative between The Woodland Trust and The National Forest Company which seeks to increase opportunities for success...

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Sep 14 2021

Urgent event help needed

Are you near to Cirencester or Cheshire and fancy helping us at one of our events? Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances we require urgent help prospecting (giving away free trees for contact details) at some of our forthcoming events. Don't worry we've done as much as possible...

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Sep 13 2021

Diversity and inclusion: Free event

This session is an introduction to diversity and inclusion at the Woodland Trust and all staff and volunteers are invited to join us.   By the end of the session, you should understand What do the words diversity and inclusion mean Why do they matter to the...

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Jul 27 2021

Love your woods

Our woods are home to amazing plants and animals - often harbouring endangered and fragile native wildlife - and they're all free for people to enjoy responsibly.   However, throughout the pandemic and lockdown we have seen so many more people discover their local woodlands and spending time outdoors. Of course,...

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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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