Win A Relaxing Break For Two In The New Forest
They protect and campaign, plant trees (millions of them), and restore ancient woodland for the benefit of wildlife and people. Put simply, the Woodland Trust stands up for woods and trees.
Ancient woodland is our most valuable wildlife habitat but faces relentless threats every day, and it deserves complete protection. Find out how you can help protect the woods and trees you love with the Woodland Trust.
Together with The Woodland Trust, Classic FM is giving you the chance to win a two-night stay in the New Forest for you and a guest with return travel, champagne, breakfast, dinner and massages included.
Find out how you can get involved with the Woodland Trust below, then enter the competition to win an incredible break in the New Forest.
Our woods and trees are home to more wildlife than any other landscape. Hedgerows, copses, woods, wood pasture and parkland all have a unique character, biodiversity and ecosystem. Together they make up vital habitat links, connecting wildlife across the landscape and helping species to survive and thrive.
Ancient woodland is particularly precious, supporting over 200 of our rarest and most threatened species. Mammals, birds and butterflies make up just a few of the animals that use and live in woodland.
Around a third of all woodland bird species have declined including many woodland specialists. This is mainly due to habitat loss, fragmentation and insensitive land management. Woods provide shelter, food and nesting sites for some of the UK’s most beautiful and interesting birds.
By working with landowners and partners, the Trust aims to restore damaged ancient woods through careful management and in turn protect the woodland’s wildlife. But they can’t achieve this vision alone. To find out how you can get involved and help to protect our precious woodland and the wildlife that rely on it, please click the link below.
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