We have a 10 year conservation management plan which will see the current overgrown willow woodland adapted to include more diverse native tree species being introduced. This in turn will help to create a thriving environment for wildlife by creating a sustainable food source and habitats for some of our most vulnerable and much loved animals such as the hedgehog, newt, bats and ground nesting birds.

We are also managing the woodland for public use, with workshops such as den building, bush craft, wild life identification and nature trails giving the public the opportunity to interact and engage with the out door environment.