Help us grow the Forest to benefit the environment, wildlife and people
Blossom at Haydon Way Wood
About us
We want to help reverse centuries of woodland decline and create and conserve a magnificent broadleaf Forest for the benefit of the environment, wildlife and people.
An adult male, mid twenties conducting a reptile survey in the Forest
Conservation and wildlife activities
Join us for an evening getting hands on in the Forest. Spend time in the natural environment, learn new skills, keep fit, and make new friends, with a social sit down and a campfire at the end of each session. (18+)
A pathway through Haydon Way Wood surrounded by mature trees
Visit the Forest
Find information about how to get to the Forest, parking, walking routes and things to see during your visit.
A close up of a pair of hands checking decaying wood for woodlice
Volunteer with us
Our amazing army of volunteers helps us with all aspects of creating and managing the Forest. There are lots of ways that you can give your time and make a difference.
A group of children having fun on a sunny spring day at the Forest
Learning in the Forest
A beautiful place to spend time and learn more about nature, we aim to encourage as many people as possible to benefit from visiting the Forest regularly.