Established in 2006, we became a registered charity in 2008 (charity no. 1122151).
Our work involves working closely with local communities and wider audiences to establish, develop and maintain natural conservation areas and develop peoples skills and to make sure traditional countryside crafts and skills aren't lost forever.
Many wildlife habitats and natural areas are fast disappearing as more and more land is reclaimed for agriculture and commercial development. The development of these areas has led to the destruction of natural habitats and breeding grounds of many wildlife species. As a result of this, the existence of certain species of birds and animals are now threatened, thus highlighting the importance of conservation projects like ours.
We believe wildlife doesn't have to be shut away behind locked gates and no trespassing signs. Our land in and around Church Fenton allows people to see wildlife up close in its natural habitat. We aim to develop and conserve natural wildlife habitats making them accessible and of great value to everyone.
Please note on Saturday nights from 5 to late as of the 6th April 2013
Pizza in the wood will be open.
This is a great family activity where you can enjoy a Pizza meal and the woodlands at the same time.
Profits from this enterprise go towatds the running of the Wildlife Habitat Protection Trust from maintenance of sites to development of new initiatives.
Types of Pizza on offer differ but genrerally you will find:
House special (different every week)