Welcome to Hagge Woods Trust

Three Hagges Wood Meadow held a Discovery Day on Saturday July 2nd where visitors could find out what's living and growing in the meadow and pond. Alongside flora and fauna there were country crafts on display. picture mike cowling jul 2 2016

Discovery Day 2016

Thank you for visiting our website. We hope that you will find everything you need to learn about us and what we do, join us in education and community events and help us by pledging your support.

Broadly, the objectives of the Trust are:

  •  To research and practise the ecological and holistic creation of new native woodlands, properly structured from high canopy to shrub layer, including the establishment of a ground flora, thus addressing the threatened biodiversity of woodland and grassland wildflowers that once were typical of ancient woods and meadows.
  • To establish procedures and promote education in innovative practices in the creation and management of biodiverse woodlands on formerly arable land.
  • To provide open access for the benefit of the public, and to deliver woodland education by means of our website, and on site to schools, families and community groups.

Please help us to plan for the future by completing our short survey:




We invite you to join us in raising the bar for beauty and biodiversity and in helping people of all ages to rediscover the wonder of our native flowers and woodlands, and the bees, butterflies, birds and other creatures that rely on them. To achieve this, we need a little help from our friends.

To join us as a Friend,  go to: 



DSC_2323 atkinsons square share


John Atkinson, the grandfather of our youngest Founder Friend
adopted a Square Share for his Australian grandson,
John Austin Hurrell, seen here with his mum, Joanne, receiving his
Square Share Certificate from Rosalind Forbes Adam, Project Director.
If you would like to do the same for the important people in your life,
you can do so here: