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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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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Film 9 The Grass Snake
An amazing film shot by Owen Baxter during our 2018 Eco Explorers Film Workshop. The film was shot at our pilot site Three Hagges Wood-Meadow in July. We would like to thank The Heritage Lottery Fund for their support of the project and Project Wild CIC for thier assistance during the film weekend.
Film 10 Shrubadubdub
Shrubadubdub, gives a close-up look at a just a small section of the wildlife that lives in Three Hagges Wood-Meadow. The film is based on just one of the ten thousand shubs and trees that have been planted at the wood-meadow. It was planned, scripted, filmed and edited, in just two days by Charlotte, Ellie and Mya during our Eco Explorers Film workshop held in July 218. We would like to thank the Heritage Lottery Fund and Project Wild CIC for their support of this project.
Film 11 A Film of a supporter
A supporter of Hagge Woods Trust, talks about her memories of growing up on a farm close to the trust's pilot site Three Hagges Wood-Meadow and the work of the trust.