Our Story on Film

Film 1: Raising Tomorrow’s Ancient Woodland.
A Claudia Nye Film, commissioned by Woodland TV - In Claudia’s first film about Three Hagges Jubilee Wood, Rosalind speaks about our aim to include a diverse ground flora in our new woodland, thus creating a whole ecosystem rather than a simple plantation.
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The Grass Snake
A Short film by Owen Baxter
Film 2: Ancient Woodland Flora: the stale seedbed technique
A Claudia Nye Film, commissioned by Woodland TV - This film shows how we sowed the meadow to help ensure that a diverse woodland flora will develop beneath the trees.
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Film 3: Picnic in the Meadow
In 2014 we welcomed Friends, volunteers and the general public to an afternoon of food, fun, jazz, flora and fauna.
Film 4: Compost and Coffee with Bettys
This film filmed by Claudia Nye records a visit to Three Hagges Wood Meadow by volunteers from Betty’s Tree Group.
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Film 5: Using Green Hay as Seed
This little film shows you how to create an ancient woodland meadow from hay seed.
Film 6: A School Visit to Three Hagges Wood-Meadow.
Staff and puils from Escrick C of E Primary School and Riccall Primary School demonstrate the wonderful facility that the wood-meadow offers to support Key Stage 1 & 2 cross curricular studies.
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Film 7: Building a Bodgers’ Den in the Wood-Meadow
In this film Ben Chester explains the construction and management plan for our new Bodgers’ Den, a rustic wood-meadow workshop where we’ll be hosting training sessions in traditional rural crafts. Wood-meadow breakfasts and summer barbeques are also planned so please check our events’ page for updates as details are confirmed.
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Film 8: April Showreel
In 2016 Nick Atherton, a then undergraduate filmmaker, who studied Biology at the University of York produced a film of the wildlife that lives in Three Hagge Woods Meadow. This project funded by Santander Universities enabled us to have a record of accurate wildlife footage from our wood-meadow.
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