Hucking Estate, Kent

Credit: Nick Spurling / WTML

Hucking Estate

Your support helped us extend and secure this slice of Kent countryside. Now we have a unique opportunity to create a larger site with limitless potential.
Support our appeal

 

Dark, black and white photo of Whitmore Woods

Credit: Philip Formby / WTML

HS2 rail link

HS2 is the single biggest threat to the UK’s ancient woods, with 108 at risk of loss or damage. We can’t let this happen.
Learn more about HS2

 

Northern Forest planting saplings with Marsden town in the background

Credit: Jill Jennings / WTML

The Northern Forest

With our partners we are planting 50 million trees and transforming the landscape of northern England.
Read about our vision

Trees and wetland at Mead - Derbyshire's Young People's Forest

Credit: WTML

Mead appeal, Derbyshire

With your help we can complete the purchase of Derbyshire's Young People's Forest and begin to realise its amazing potential.
Learn more about our work

Did you know?

The Woodland Trust's founder was retired farmer and agricultural machinery producer, Kenneth Watkins.

 

Find a wood

Our first wood was in the Avon Valley in Devon and since then our portfolio has grown rapidly to include more than 1,000 woods across the United Kingdom.

Our woods are free to visit. To find one near you use our wood search page.

Did you know?

Our largest site in England is now Heartwood Forest at nearly 350 hectares (around 865 acres).

Woodland wildlife

Woods provide homes for more wildlife than any other terrestrial landscape. Here are some of the species to look out for. 

Ways to support us

Supporters generously give us their time, their money, or their voice – working on big projects or really small ones and everything in between.

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Need to get in touch?

Got a question about our work or want to learn more about something?

Contact us

By post: 
The Woodland Trust, 
Kempton Way,
Grantham,
Lincolnshire. NG31 6LL
Email: England@woodlandtrust.org.uk
Phone: 0330 333 3300 (Mon-Fri, 8.30am to 5pm)