Volunteers stood on a grassy hill
Mar 28 2018

You have spoken – and we’ve listened

Here at the Woodland Trust we are determined to continue the development of our volunteer experience. Our 764 volunteers, who completed the National Volunteers' Feedback Survey, are helping  us do just that. We are happy to say that 89% of volunteers said they would recommend volunteering with...

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Bluebell sculpture at Heartwood Forest
Mar 28 2018

Beating the bluebell blues

Bluebell season is imminent - indeed they’ve already been poking their heads through the soil for a fair few weeks now – and this signals a return for the Heartwood ‘Save our Bluebells’ campaign (SOB). As with many of our sites, the ancient woodlands at...

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Mar 28 2018

A Busy Winter at Spud wood

It has been a busy winter in Spud Wood, Cheshire.  The wood allotment group has been opening up some of the more densely planned areas to let in more light which also provides some wood fuel. Now at the end of the season the group...

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Ancient trees in woodland setting
Mar 28 2018

Friends of Wadworth Shrubbery

Wadworth Shrubbery was once part of the 18th century estate of Wadworth Hall, situated on Wadworth Hall lane. This small narrow mature woodland comprises of 2.47 acres of Ancient Semi Natural Woodland, Conservation Area and Site of Scientific Interest. This site still contains some historic garden features...

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Mar 23 2018

A positive change for Broadleaf packaging!

We are delighted to tell you that Broadleaf packaging has had a make-over. It’s out with the previous polyethylene wrapping, and in with the lovely new FSC-certified paper envelope, beautifully designed with the issue’s front cover as above. As you’ll all be aware, there has been...

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