Communications Officer - Northern Ireland
Through voicing the many merits of trees and woodland, I hope that people in Northern Ireland will be inspired to make their mark. Plant a tree, create your own woodland, or enjoy a breath of fresh air in your nearest wood. It’s seriously good for your health!
Kaye Coates has 22 items in their collection
A special event at Brackfield Wood
Blog post By Kaye Coates, 24 October 2017, Our woods, Things to see and do
As Remembrance Sunday approaches, join us for a special ceremonial event at Brackfield, our centenary wood in Northern Ireland.
Wildflower bouquet for Centenary Wood
Blog post By Kaye Coates, 18 July 2017, Our woods
Over 24,000 native saplings have been planted at Brackfield Wood, its seen an incredible transformation and celebrates an incredible cause - honouring the many victims of the First World War.
A tribute to the past at Brackfield Wood
Blog post By Kaye Coates, 22 April 2017, Our woods
With a helping hand from local people, we’re keeping memories and woodland alive.
New government grant broadens tree-planting horizons
Blog post By Kaye Coates, 2 March 2017, Tree planting
There’s help at hand for Northern Ireland farmers, thanks to a new Environmental Farming Scheme.
Centenary Wood gets welcome boost
Blog post By Kaye Coates, 17 January 2017, Our woods
Northern Ireland’s Centenary Wood is growing – upwards and outwards. We’ve added a new piece to our landscape jigsaw. Find out more.
Historic Throne Wood receives boost
Blog post By Kaye Coates, 17 October 2016, Our woods
The Woodland Trust's Throne Wood in north Belfast is set for a face-lift thanks to funding from the Alpha Programme
Wildflowers blooming at Carnmoney Hill
Blog post By Kaye Coates, 5 July 2016, Wildlife & nature
Visitors to Carnmoney Hill are in for a colourful greeting from swathes of glorious wildflowers
Ancient woodland restoration in Northern Ireland
Blog post By Kaye Coates, 6 June 2016, Ancient trees
Ancient woodland in Northern Ireland is a scarce resource, and many of our oldest woods have been affected by introduced and invasive species, from densely planted conifers to laurel. We're offering advice to let the light back in.
Riparian planting in Northern Ireland
Blog post By Kaye Coates, 31 May 2016, Our woods, Tree planting
A new tree-planting project is good news for a County Londonderry river.
Precious wildlife habitat boosted by carrier bag levy
Blog post By Kaye Coates, 10 May 2016, Our woods
Our Drumnaph Wood near Maghera in Northern Ireland has received a facelift thanks to funding from a levy on shopping bags.