Through the Green Recovery Challenge Fund, Pendle Borough Council and Ribble Rivers Trust are creating community woodlands in Pendle. The project is called Health and Environmental Action Lancashire (HEAL).
Pendle Borough Council has tree planting targets to help reduce carbon in the atmosphere. This is to help reduce the negative impacts of climate change. Trees are also very important habitats for wildlife, they help soak up water to reduce the risk of flooding, and they help create a sense of place.
We would love you to get involved with the project, and plant some trees with us in the great outdoors. All the equipment is provided, no experience is needed, and everyone is welcome. You can bring your own spade and/or lump hammer if you like.
Our team look forward to meeting you!
Click the name of the woodland you’re interested in to view a PDF with more information:
Sign up to plant trees in your local community
For any queries that are not about volunteering days, contact Pendle Borough Council.
woodlands in Pendle