Harriet Fraser writing at the Langstrath Birch

2016 and 2017 have been busy years, with people joining us for walks and helping out with installations, and we’ve had a full programme with schools and students. Now that we have brought the collection of work together for the exhibition, things have changed slightly. We’ll be doing a series of talks (dates will be posted through Facebook and Twitter) so you can come and meet us there but if you’d like to get involved with the project we’d love to hear from you and add your story or photograph to the online collection. Take a look at what others have shared at ‘Your Trees’.

The Charter for Woods, Trees and People

We’re delighted to be champions for the Woodland Trust’s new Charter for Trees, Woods and People. In 2017 it will be 800 years since the creation of England’s Woodland Charter, and the Woodland Trust are going to draw up a new charter – basing its contents on the wishes and views of the general public.

Follow this link to find out more about The Charter for Trees, Woods and People, and how you can get involved.

Looking up in a beech wood