Feb 14 2019

Please complete the survey

We're about to take a great step with our volunteering programme at the Woodland Trust, and it's important to us that you are a part of it.   You should have a survey arriving via email over the next couple of days. This email will contain a link...

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Feb 06 2019

Could you help us with our membership pilot?

Members are the lifeblood of the Woodland Trust, so far donations from membership have helped us plant 38,078,206 trees across the United Kingdom, save 550 woods from threats of development and restore 22,856 hectares of ancient woodland.   We are seeking to set up a team of...

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Feb 05 2019

European tree of the year

  Nearly 100 years ago, Vic Stead would walk from his home in Garforth, near Leeds, to the nearby village of Aberford. He followed the old colliery railway through the woods to go and visit Nellie, a dairy maid living in Aberford who he was courting...

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Feb 05 2019

New month, new Tree Charter principle!

The January blues are over and February is finally here! The New Year is typically seen as the best time for fresh insights and inspiration, but why limit ourselves to January 1st?   In the Tree Charter team we always like to feel inspired, and we’d like...

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Jan 27 2019

Body Shop donates £159K

The partnerships team is delighted to reveal that our link-up with The Body Shop has raised more than £159,000 for the Woodland Trust. For every in-store transaction and At Home order in winter 2018, The Body Shop donated 1.8p to be evenly split between the Woodland...

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Jan 10 2019

We did it…

... we have officially smashed our trees outside woods 2018 target!   We can officially announce that our 2018 trees outside woods target has not just been met, but left in the dust (or hopefully perfect tree-growing soil).   We set the ambitious target of 150,000 trees outside of...

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Jan 09 2019

Street fighters

“There have been dark moments, yes,” says Paul Selby with feeling. “Waking up to find 20 police on the street. Your neighbours being beaten up by private security officers, or taken to court on false pretences...

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