Jul 14 2021

South East News Summer Update

It has been a while since we were last in touch. ​What a wet early summer we’ve experienced ​so far!   ​However, the rain hasn’t stopped our volunteers getting ‘back on the tools’ and it ​really feels like life beginning again as we welcome ​back our Woodland...

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Jul 13 2021

Spotlight on… Lake Wood

We are so fortunate to have such amazing volunteers across the charity and we love to hear about their journey. This month, we hear from Martyn Stenning, a wildlife monitor and volunteer warden at Lake Wood, East Sussex, who has been involved with the Trust...

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Jul 08 2021

Free trees! – It’s that time of year again

Community groups and schools wanting to plant trees as the country recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic are being told to get their applications into the Woodland Trust soon.   Our free scheme is the perfect way for people to be part of a ‘green recovery’.   Thanks to funding...

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Jul 08 2021

How will this year’s cold spring impact wildlife during autumn?

After two years of noticeably warm, early springs, 2021 has been rather a contrast. From a dry April to the deluges of May, it's been a tricky time for wildlife. Learn how this year's cold spring will impact wildlife during autumn. https://naturescalendar.woodlandtrust.org.uk/blog/2021/cold-wet-spring-of-2021/ Judith Garforth Citizen Science Officer - Nature's...

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