Jun 30 2018

Summer Tree Identification Training Days

Last weekend volunteers and community woodland group members in both North west and North East England came together for two one day introduction to summer tree identification courses.   Volunteers were joined by course tutor Edward Mills, who did a fantastic job of helping us get to grips...

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Jun 15 2018

Balsam Pull at Doras Wood

Lanchester Wildlife group have been hard at work over the last week or so, removing the invasive himalayan balsam from our Woodland Trust site at Doras Wood, near Lanchester. Thanks to all the members who came for an evening of mass balsam pulling! Your persistence...

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a view from within a woodland looking out through the many trees to th elight of the edge of the wood
May 31 2018

A Poem on Frodsham Hill Wood

Frodsham Hill Wood   Once heathland crossed by sinuous path veins Now woodland in shades of verdant green. Fresh and inviting in Spring Dark and sheltered in Summer With glimpses of whirling windmills, The slow ebb and flow of estuary water And the static landmarks of Liverpool. A cool place to walk and pass...

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May 28 2018

Skipton Building Society Volunteers

Many thanks to all of the volunteers from Skipton Building Society, who joined other Woodland Trust volunteers for two days learning the basics of dry stone walling at Skipton Castle woods last week.   Volunteers were joined by Louise Kirkbride, tutor at Craven College, for an...

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May 23 2018

North Yorks Volunteer Network Event

Thanks to everyone who came along to join us at our North Yorks Network event at the weekend. Based at Grewelthorpe Village Hall, we were treated to a lovely lunch, followed by a beautiful  guided walk through Hackfall. Led by volunteer David Mason and Woodland...

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