I love being CEO of the Woodland Trust! We want to see a UK that’s rich in native woods and trees, for people and for wildlife and I really enjoy leading the charge.
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Board meeting update
Blog post By Beccy Speight, 19 July 2018, Our woods, Ancient trees, Tree planting
Find out what was discussed at our June board meeting, and hear the latest on the Winter Hill fire impact on Smithills Estate.
Annual Review 2017
Blog post By Beccy Speight, 24 April 2018, Policy & influence, Tree planting, Working with partners
2.5 million trees planted. Hundreds more schools engaged. The launch of the Tree Charter. We celebrate the successes you've helped us achieve for woods and trees in 2017 with this video round up.
Board meeting update
Blog post By Beccy Speight, 5 April 2018, Our woods, Tree planting
Find out the latest news from the Trust following our recent board meeting.
Blog post By Beccy Speight, 27 February 2018, Threats, Tree planting, Policy & influence
Read the essay from our chief executive Beccy Speight, from the collection of essays we presented to policymakers at a reception at the Houses of Parliament in December 2017.
Thank you for your support in 2017
Blog post By Beccy Speight, 22 December 2017, Ancient trees, Wildlife & nature, Our woods, Policy & influence, Tree planting, Volunteering, Working with partners, Threats
As the end of the year draws near, we say a big thank you to our supporters for their crucial role in our successes and achievements in 2017.
Video update 2017
Blog post By Beccy Speight, 5 October 2017, Policy & influence, Tree planting
Life at the Woodland Trust got busier than ever in 2017! Watch our video for the latest updates.
Sherwood Forest partnership
Blog post By Beccy Speight, 3 October 2017, Ancient trees, Tree planting
Today marks a new era for Sherwood Forest and the Woodland Trust will be involved in safeguarding its future.
Launching the Charter for Trees, Woods and People
Blog post By Beccy Speight, 12 January 2016, Things to see and do
Beccy Speight talks about the new Charter for Trees, Woods and People.
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