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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Practising first aid outdoors
Jan 15 2018

Outdoor first aid training

Volunteers from throughout the north have been giving up their weekends to come along and take part in a two day outdoor first aid qualification to support the work of our practical woodland working groups throughout the region. Delivered by Lancashire First Aid, the course...

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Two smiling volunteers holding up a bowsaw
Jan 15 2018

Big clear out at Spud wood

A big clear up was carried out recently at Spud Wood in Lymm by Woodland Trust volunteers, supported by management staff from the Bridgewater Canal Company and their contractors. Members of the Friends of Spud Wood spent more than 35 hours clearing and chipping brash...

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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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