Plymouth Woodland Project

What’s in your woods?

Schools around Plymouth will be heading to city woodlands, beaches and local parks for a day of fun and educational activities with a host of Plymouth organisations and volunteers.

The events have been organised by Plymouth City Council as part of the Natural Connections project that it hosts in the city.

The project supports schools to use the natural environment as an outdoor...

Lottery funds for Plymouth woodland community and conservation project

Communities across Plymouth will get an insight into the hidden delights lurking in local woodland thanks to a two-year initiative led by Plymouth University.

The Plymouth Woodland Project aims to create fun and informative ways to engage people of all ages with the wooded areas across the city, encouraging them to learn about their importance and the role they play in the wider...

Communities encouraged to go wild about their woodlands

Communities in Plymouth will be able to play a major part in protecting their local woodlands thanks to a new project which aims to inspire and reconnect people with wildlife.

Plymouth University has secured £55,900 of Heritage Lottery funding to run the ’Plymouth Woodland Project’, which will work to engage schools, youth groups, community groups and the general public with their...