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The Woodland Trust is aware of a large pile of old waste which has been discarded irresponsibly at Heartwood Forest. This is located by Well Wood close to the public bridleway. We are taking steps to remove this unwanted waste for the benefit of all site users, visitors and wildlife.

During the week commencing 13th February 2017, licensed contractors will be on site to remove the waste. The work to remove the waste from the site should be completed within two days, but please take note that during the week 13th-17th February there will be machinery operating on site in this area. If you plan to use the public bridleway around the Well Wood area of Heartwood during these dates, please pay particular attention if your horse may be uneasy around machinery such as a mini digger or chainsaw.

Please accept our apologies for the potential disruption to your visit to Heartwood Forest around these dates.

Irresponsible abandoning of waste, or fly tipping, incurred the Woodland Trust a cost of over £350,000 to remove and manage in 2016 alone (across the UK). Fly tipping is an illegal activity, and if you see an incident that you would like to report please contact wops@woodlandtrust.org.uk or the police on 101 if you witness an incident in progress. We appreciate the ongoing support of those who visit Heartwood in reporting these issues as they arise and remaining vigilant to any suspicious activity.


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