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Voulunteer Tree image on front page by Sarah White: Creative Commons image
Check out our volunteer page, you can
help change the landscape too!
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This month's Tree Quotation
“The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing that stands in the way. Some see nature all ridicule and deformity... and some scarce see nature at all. But to the eyes of the man of imagination, nature is imagination itself.”
...an English poet, painter, and printmaker. Largely unrecognised during his life, Blake is now considered a seminal figure in the history of the poetry and visual art of the Romantic Age...
Volunteering at Woodland Ways
Woodland Ways volunteers look after four areas of local woodland
for our community, you can help too!
If you belong to a group - WI, Brownies, Sixth Form or at work have colleagues looking to undertake environmental activities - we will be happy to arrange a work party specifically for you. (Min. 10).
You can play a positive role in preserving our local woodland.
Call Nick Sibbett on (01284) 723847 for more information.
Or you may email him from our contact us page.
You are welcome to come and see what we do, or to come along and join in.
Our work parties last at most 2 hours, beginning around 10.00 am, one Sunday in the month. You don't have to stay that long, and we usually stop for a coffee. If you're still not sure, why not stop by a work party to say hello and see what we do. Tools, training and work gloves are provided.
We place a high priority on ensuring safe working. Children are very welcome, and must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Occasionally we have social events, such as a trip to another woodland site or a barbecue at a member's house.
Our work calendar is available here on our calendar page.
Volunteer with us, It's great fun - we laugh as we work - and we are helping to preserve existing community landscapes and to create new ones for future generations.
Our Giant Bat - embedded
in the hillside at
This enormous flightless creature was created to be at the centre of our new community woodland, on the slope overlooking Bury St. Edmunds.
The centre of the bat will be our wild flower meadow - you can come and rake it this summer.
See our work parties page for dates.
To see the professionals our volunteers worked with to create our landscape feature have a look at our suppliers page.