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Woodland Rangers

Our volunteer Woodland Rangers care for the wood on a daily basis, providing a stable presence in the area. Having built a team of volunteers we can ensure the viability of the woodland into the future.

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Putting up the bat boxes the Rangers have made

As a Ranger you can get involved in plant surveys, bulb, shrub and tree planting, path clearance and maintenance and provide a supporting presence within the wood. You can also help organise events, activity days, walks and talks or help us with our social media  – whatever you feel comfortable with.  We will give you the support, training and the uniform – in exchange, we would like some of your time – be that just a few hours a week or more!

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 Making safe a fallen sycamore

Our friendly group meets every Wednesday between 11.00am and 3.00pm.  There's lots of laughter and cups of tea - what a lovely way to get out of doors and give something to the community and the environment at the same time.

Strimmer Training


Strimmer Training

The Trust always needs and is glad to welcome new volunteer Woodland Rangers.  For more information about the role of our Woodland Rangers, please see below.