• Llangattock Community Woodlands- A Charter Branch Case Study

    LCW, as we like to be known, is a small charity which meets regularly every Tuesday to undertake woodland management and environmental projects. The Woodland Trust invited us to become Tree Charter Champions at the end of 2015 and we were the first Welsh organisation to sign up with a big spread in The Guardian […]

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  • Bredon Hill Academy- Our Newest Charter Branch!

    Our latest Charter Branch: Welcome to Bredon Hill Academy in Worcestershire, who have signed up as our latest Charter Branch. They recently took part in the Tree Dressing Day activity, using the pack that we developed with Common Ground to collect Tree Charter stories. Tree Dressing: Bredon Hill Academy Eco team were inspired by the […]

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  • Up For The Oak Oxen

    Up for the Oak Oxen The vernacular names of the thunder beetle, billy-witches, oak ox, and horse pincher give an indication of the mythology that has evolved around our largest native terrestrial beetle; the stag beetle (Lucanus cervus) which can reach up to 8cm in length.  One of three related species in Britain, it is […]

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