Woodland working group member
Support the Woodland Trust’s strategy of preserving, growing, maintaining and restoring woods and trees across the UK.
Credit: Michael Heffernan / WTML
About the Woodland Trust
The Woodland Trust is one of the UK’s leading conservation charities. We have over 500,000 members and supporters and more than 1,000 sites all over the UK.
We believe life’s better with trees. We protect and campaign on behalf of the UK’s woods, plant more trees, and restore ancient woodland, for the benefit of wildlife and people.
Would you like to join a friendly Woodland Working Group at Liverton Copse? We are looking for several volunteers to assist with practical conservation tasks at this attractive woodland.
Liverton Copse is secondary, high forest woodland planted with mixed broadleaves. Ground flora is varied and includes frequent primrose and dog’s mercury, as well as bluebell, dog violet, and moschatel.
This role supports your local woodland through the activities of the group and we hope this will encourage local people to use and respect the facilities of the wood and increase its value in the eyes of the local community and visitors.
Our volunteers help us to protect, restore and create woodland for people and wildlife.
This role is best suited to someone living within 30 miles of the site.