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 13 2019

Have you heard of the ATI?

The Woodland Trust has such a breadth of work, which makes it such a fantastic organisation to be a part of. An exciting project that has been running for a while is the Ancient Tree Inventory, which maps the oldest and most important trees in...

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Feb 12 2019

Smithills Update – 8th Feb 2019

Hello all On Tuesday we had our first Supporters’ Group meeting of 2019. We had a packed room, including some of our new volunteers, and it was great to hear what the different groups have been up to, with updates on what the Wardens, Wildlife Group,...

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Feb 12 2019

Hedgelaying at Spud Wood

Volunteers joined  tutor  Damon Peacock this weekend for an introduction to the techniques and skills of hedgelaying.   Despite the occasional hail showers, volunteers from Friends of Spud Wood spent a fantastic couple of days at the Spud Wood site, getting to grips with the tools and...

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Feb 10 2019

Wood Ants in the Winter

Ants are the most numerous creatures on the planet and there are many millions of them living in Fingle Woods, but why is the species of red wood ant (Formica rufa) such an important part of our woodland ecosystem? These wood ants that build the...

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Feb 08 2019

Amazing engagement using artwork

It's always exciting when we hear of projects that use different methods to engage and inspire people to care for our woodlands and the environment. Recently is the turn of SE Super Campaigner volunteer, Daisy Buckle, who is part of the national network of volunteers...

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