Bristol Memorial Woodland Trust

Bristol Memorial Woodland Trust is a registered charity (number 1082094). Set up in 2000 with the aim of creating and preserving woodland areas for public benefit. The vision being that these woodland areas, in turn, become wildlife reserves and that is already happening.  

At present, the Trust holds & manages the 100 acres of Bristol Memorial Woodlands that is being transformed into public parkland, open to all and protected for the pleasure and benefit of future generations. The site will evolve into a mixture of woodland, glades and wildflower meadow. Study groups and seminars are encouraged. School parties and respite groups are welcome.  ​

 

​The Trust owns the topsoil of the site to a depth of one metre. This enables the Trust to manage and control the evolution of the site into the nature reserve intended. A place of public benefit, for both pleasure and education.

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