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There are more wildlife walks taking place at Heartwood Forest during May.

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Please note that booking is essential as places are limited. You can book through the Woodland Trust website: http://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/events.

 

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If you would like to pick up a copy of the event booklet for Heartwood Forest, they are now available in the leaflet dispensers in the car park.

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The first walk is on Sunday 18th March, when there is a Wildlife Walk.

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Don’t forget there is also the celebration of the final tree going in on Sunday 25th March. Why not come along to see the last tree being planted and join in the celebrations.

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It was the final community planting session at Heartwood Forest yesterday. It went really well, with 424 people coming who planted a massive 4150 trees!

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A huge thank you to everybody who came along and braved the elements!

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There aren’t many trees left to be planted now, before the final tree is ceremonially planted on Sunday 25th March.

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Only a few days now until the final community planting event at Heartwood Forest. Why not come along and plant some trees this Sunday and play a part in the creation of this wonderful forest?

Details are on the poster below. Please park in the Heartwood Forest car park and you will be taken to the planting site. Please wear suitable footwear and clothing.

 

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Heartwood events

If you want to find out what is going on at Heartwood Forest this year, the leaflet on the link below gives you the information you need.

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There are wildlife and photography walks, the Summer Festival, tree planting and the Final Tree Ceremony – and Heartwood’s first Nature Detectives Live event.

Please note that booking is required for some of the events – details are in the leaflet. Booking may not be available yet for some of the walks, but will be open within the next few weeks.

 

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There are various guided walks being organised at Heartwood Forest this year. The first two are detailed below and others will follow.

Please note that booking is essential as the places are limited.

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Over the past 6-8 weeks it has become clear that some horse riders have regularly been going off the public and permissive bridleways in several places at Heartwood Forest. The map shows in red where there is evidence of horse riders. It is important that all horse riders and cyclists need to stay on the public and permissive bridleways at all times. The only other real option is physical barriers and it would be preferable to avoid these going up all over the site.

At this time of year the evidence is more prominent and damage to the paths has become extensive in some places. The Woodland Trust has therefore taken the decision to close the section of permissive bridleway that runs around Round Wood and along Wells and Pudlers and by the Magical Wood arch, marked in blue on the map. Physical barriers and signs have been put up in order to show this on site.

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