Woodland Trust creates, protects and restores native woodland across the UK.
The Woodland Trust is the UK's leading woodland conservation charity. Its vision is a world where woods and trees thrive for people and nature. The Trust owns over 1,200 woods across the UK which are all free to visit and enjoy. These woods support a wide range of wildlife and attract many thousands of visitors each year, and players’ support helps make these welcoming woods for everyone who visits.
Thanks to amazing on-going support from players of People's Postcode Lottery, the Woodland Trust is also delivering landscape scale projects in Devon, Cumbria, Wales and the west coast of Scotland, supporting vital work in tackling the climate and nature emergencies. Players' support helped the Trust purchase its 1st mountain - Ben Shieldaig in the North West Highlands of Scotland, home to rare temperate rainforest. In 2016, the Woodland Trust, along with Arkaig Community Forest, secured 2,500 acres of ancient Caledonian pine forest on the shores of Loch Arkaig in the Highlands of Scotland. Players' support is helping the Woodland Trust restore this amazing but degraded landscape over decades to come, as well as supporting its Ospreycam (opens in new tab) - a huge global hit!
Funding also supports Nature's Calendar, a vital record of the effects of weather and climate on nature - with volunteer citizen scientists across Britain providing data from their local neighbourhoods.
For more information, visit the Woodland Trust website (opens in new tab).
Head office and contact info
South Inch Business Centre