Volunteer group members posing with tools
Jan 15 2018

Sibsey wood inaugural meeting

Ever made a promise at a dinner party, then woken up the next day thinking, ‘Oh god I’m going to have to go through with this’. Yes, me too. Quite recently. In this case I said I’d see if I could find a little community...

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Jan 15 2018

Hedley Hall woodland day

Volunteers of the Hedley Hall Woodland Group gathered at the Hedley Hall Wood, near Gateshead for a coppicing day in the glorious sunshine. The wood is an attractive mosaic of ancient woodland, glade and peat bog including Ridley Gill, a 9-hectare ancient woodland Site of...

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Jan 15 2018

Smithills volunteers visit Skipton Castle Woods

Jess Britch, Smithills Estate Ranger joined 15 volunteers from Smithills in a day out meeting with fellow volunteers from Skipton Castle Woods. Volunteers were welcomed by Visitor Experience Officer Hazel Birdsall-Singer and Lead Volunteer Andrew Powell at the Skipton Woods site. The visit was extremely...

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Jan 15 2018

Tackling the increasing threat to tree health

Tackling the increasing threat to tree health The discovery of Chalara Dieback of Ash in 2012 raised Government and public awareness of threats to plant health from new pests and diseases. This resulted in the development of a Plant Biosecurity Strategy for Great Britain, highlighting activities to improve...

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Jan 15 2018

The lowdown on tree procurement

As a significant player and influencer in the UK forestry sector it is crucial that the Woodland Trust has complete confidence in the trees that we plant, whilst getting the best value from our supporters' money. Responsible tree procurement reduces the risk of spreading diseases...

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Jan 15 2018

Street trees

For decades, town and city planners have recognised the importance of nature and greenery in urban areas. In fact, tree planting in our city streets goes back to the Victorian era. Long before we understood the detailed science of air pollution, we knew that trees played...

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Jan 15 2018

Meet Judith

Volunteering Development Officer - South East England Hello! My name is Judith Meagher (pronounced Mar) and I’m the Volunteer Development Officer for South East Region. I’ll be working with volunteers in the area and I’ve heard about all the good work they have been doing on...

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