Tuesday sessions are based in the Bretton woodlands. During the winter months, we are coppicing new plots each year, while in the spring and summer there is survey work to be done to check that the expected improvements in woodland health and general biodiversity are actually occurring. We also keep paths clear and check for any alien species. These are usually plants that have escaped from gardens, but some manage to establish themselves in the woods and would threaten the native species if not kept under control.
Thursday sessions are usually in Castor Hanglands, mostly coppicing in winter and charcoal burning in the summer, and there is always some greenwood craft happening too. Whatever the activity, the kettle is usually on the boil.
Locations change weekly. If you wish to join us for any of the woodland sessions, please contact us beforehand, so we can give you up to date information.
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