About the Woodland Trust's survey

The Woodland Trust is the UK’s largest woodland conservation charity.

Established from humble beginnings in 1972, they protect and campaign on behalf of this country’s woods, they plant trees, and restore ancient woodland for the benefit of wildlife and people.

The Woodland Trust wants to hold small discussion groups with people who are happy to talk about woodland burial.
If you have attended a service, visited, or know about the Arbory Trust, our site in Cambridge, OR if you have ever visited another woodland burial site elsewhere in the UK, The Woodland Trust would like to hear from you.  This poster [see right] is displayed on the Lodge noticeboard at Barton and it is hoped the local Parish councils will add it to their websites as well.

How to get involved

If you think you can help here is a link to their online survey form. Click HERE to start. 

They are asking a small number of questions at this early stage. Rather than simply asking for names and then contacting people again for more information, this survey also asks about people's use / experience of woodland and associated burial sites.  Answers to these questions will help the Woodland Trust identify the different groups they would be best suited for.  Participants would then be contacted again directly.

How to contact the Woodland Trust

For further information or to register to participate by telephone please contact Rachel Brooks at the Woodland Trust. Her number is 03437 705 595
 

 Aerial view of Barton taken by a drone in April 2018. With thanks to Philip Fuller  www.philfuller.com

Aerial view of Barton taken by a drone in April 2018. With thanks to Philip Fuller www.philfuller.com

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