Woodlands play a crucial role in helping manage climate change. Come along to the Big Positive Weekend and see how you can help plant thousands of native trees nationwide.
On the 5th & 6th July you have the chance to make your pledge. We've got a great woodland setting and a photo booth, so your pledge can be captured and shared, enabling you to inspire others to make their own pledge too.
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Why not take a walk in a local woodland...
Harpsden & Peveril Woods, Harpsden
The wood is dominated by mature beech, pedunculate oak, ash trees and sessile oak. Also hazel, holly, field maple, rowan, wild cherry all present. There are several uncommon species such as birds nest orchid and narrow-lipped hellebore.
North Grove, Wallingford
Set within the Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the wood is of interest for its trees, the views over the surrounding countryside of the Vale of White Horse and the woodland archaeology that includes old quarries and a very old sunken trackway.
Ipsden Heath, Ipsden
Many people visit Ipsden Heath during the spring to take photographs of the colourful flora. These include an abundance of bluebells, wood sorrel, enchanter’s nightshade, herb robert, sweet woodruff and dogs mercury.