Tree ID

Friday 29th September, 10am, Three Hagges Wood-Meadow

Dr Alison Dyke from the Stockholm Environment Institute (University of York) will be running a tree ID session at Three Hagges Wood Meadow. Alison is a community scientist who works on the OPAL project (Open Air Laboratories) where she has been instrumental in the Tree Health Survey.

If you would like to join us, please meet in the Haven (situated in Hollicarrs Holiday Park) at 10.00 for coffee and to look at some of Alison’s indoor materials before venturing outside for some tree identification.

To book a place please email or telephone 07808 914020.

For more about the project and Alison- please click on the links below.

Alison Dyke


Botany Days 2017

Winter Tree ID, Thursday 7th December 2017, 10am to 4pm

For further information click here

To book a place click here

Quotes from delegates who attended recent courses

A really useful course.  Great face to face training seeing parts of a plant which I have never looked at before.

Fabulous tutor.

Wonderful location.

Great and very useful.

Really interesting and relaxed day.  Learnt a lot in a relaxed environment.

Brilliant course and learning/teaching style.  Learnt a lot thanks.

Balanced day of good introduction and specimen collection and identification.

The base is very pleasant and convenient.  Nice sized group and learnt a lot.


Volunteer for Nature?

Hagge Woods Trust has a team of volunteers who work alongside our Volunteer Coordinator to look after the community wildflower meadow and woodland, Three Hagges Wood Meadow.  If you are interested in joining us please click here 


Guided Group Visits 2017

Make the most of a visit to Three Hagges Wood Meadow with one of our guided group visits.  Our guided visits will provide an insight into how we are pioneering the restoration of our rural landscape, using the building blocks of meadow and woodland in one ecosystem to create wood-meadow, inviting nature and wildlife back into our lives and restoring the beauty and biodiversity of our natural heritage.  The tour will include a stroll around the wood-meadow, calling at the Bee Hotel and our pond area.

We would recommend allowing 3 hours for each guided visit.

You will need to pre-book your visit using this form to allow us to make your visit as welcoming as possible.

Tea and coffee will be provided in Bodgers’ Den when the tour concludes.
Guided visits cost £5 per person. Children are free of charge.
Minimum numbers of 8 and maximum numbers of 15.