Explore the fascinating variety of native British trees on a guided summertime walk at Heartwood Forest.

The unique collection at Heartwood's arboretum is thought to be the only one in the UK to contain all 60 native British tree species. Come along on this 2.5-hour walk to see rarities such as the Plymouth pear and the Arran whitebeam, and find out how valuable these trees have been over the years.

This is a free event but booking in advance via Eventbrite is essential.

Don't forget

Please dress appropriately for the weather.

Children under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

When and where

  • Date: Sunday 14 July, 10am-12.30pm.
  • Price: free, but donations to support the management of our woodlands are welcome. 
  • Location: Nomansland Parking, Ferrers Lane, Sandridge, AL4 8EG.
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    Grid reference: TL 17137 12357.
  • Access: this event is around 2.5 hours long and will take place along grassy paths. If you have any questions, access requirements, or would like to join us for the walk but have any hesitations which we may be able to support you with, please get in touch at centralec@woodlandtrust.org.uk.
  • Parking: Nomansland Parking, Ferrers Lane, Sandridge, AL4 8EG. 
    What3Words: lamps.sunk.pans.
    Grid reference: TL 17137 12357.
  • Dogs: we ask that people do not bring dogs, except assistance dogs.

How to book

Booking is essential as places are limited. Please book your space via Eventbrite.

Woodland Trust Wood

Heartwood Forest


346.72 ha (856.75 acres)

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